Friendship visit of the Kazakhstan Turan Party to the Memur-Sen confederation
Cooperation Agreement (MoU) between Memur-Sen and the OSTİM Technical University
A delegation from East Turkestan Visited Memur-Sen “Continue to be our voice!"
Yalçın: Contract Public Servants Should Be Granted A Permanent Status of Employment
President of the Women Committee, Aydın Attended the Meeting of the Monitoring Committee on Violence Against Women
NGO Action for Palestinian Refugees
Memur-sen Renewed Its Request for an Equal Pay Increase
Memur-Sen Confederation Awards Prizes for Theses
Final Declaration Of The Congress On Human, Labour And Global Competition
The International Congress on Human, Labour and Global Competition was jointly organized by the Confederation of Public Servants Trade Unions (MEMUR-SEN) and the Public Administration Institute for Turkey and the Middle East (TODAIE) from 4th to 5th May 2018 in Istanbul, Turkey.
The Congress brought together 154 confederations from 105 countries from all over the world.
The main objective of the congress was to discuss the recent underlying challenges of trade unionism such as Social Dialogue, Sustainable Development, Migration, Labour Exploitation, Global Competition, Decent Work, Violence and Harassment at the Workplace.
The participants have committed to undertake the responsibility of pioneering the labour struggle in various continents, regions and countries. The congress declared that even though “our skin colors are different, our sweat is the same”!
Even though there are differences between us, they cannot be used as a barrier for the trade union solidarity and cooperation.
The International Congress on Human, Labour and Global Competition ended in İstanbul with the adoption of the final declaration. This declaration urges labor movements to support Palestine in their struggle for freedom, to stand against the American administration’s decision to transfer its embassy to Jerusalem, to fight against global inequalities, to strengthen trade unions' capacities to defend and promote the rights of migrant workers within the frameworks of the ILO's Fair Migration Agenda and to demand Brazil's ex-President immediate release and the restoration of the democracy for the Brazilian people.
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