Solidarity Center Report: Workers Rally for Better Wages in Nigeria and Haiti Union Leader Gets Death Threats
Nigerian workers are set to rally at a National Assembly hearing this week to urge lawmakers implement a new minimum wage bill affecting 11 million workers. The action, spearheaded by the Nigeria Labor Congress, comes as lawmakers consider a two-tier minimum wage bill that would rob state workers of a minimum wage increase they were promised more than two years ago. And in Haiti, where union president Jean Bonald Golinsky Fatal received death threats, the global labor movement is calling on the international community to put pressure on the government to find the perpetrators and bring them to justice. Find out more at the Solidarity Center.
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