Solidarity Center News

Friday, December 7, 2012

Solidarity Center News(Metropolitan Washington Council, AFL-CIO)Ten people were injured Tuesday after they were attacked by a mob of men wielding knives, sticks and rocks at the Tunisian Labor Federation (Union Générale Tunisienne du Travail UGTT) in the capital, Tunis. This is the third such attack in five months. Meanwhile, Burmese trade union leader Maung Maung and several Burmese business leaders met recently in Washington, D.C., with investors and representatives of multinationals. The meeting, facilitated by the AFL-CIO and the Solidarity Center, set the stage for shaping corporate responsibility and implementing best practices as the country opens its doors to global business. Read more at the Solidarity Center website.


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