Thursday, 10 June 2010

101 Trade Unionists Murdered in 2009; Pressure on Workers' Right Grows as Crisis Hits Jobs

LabourStart reports that the International Trade Union Confederation has released the 2009 Annual Survey of Trade Union Rights:

they are "sorry to say that the news is not good.

According to the International Trade Union Confederation, 101 trade unionists were killed last year.

And that represents a 30% increase on the year before.

That even a single human being dies because they are members of a trade union is a tragedy.

That 101 are killed in a single year is a moral outrage."

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