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Samsung flouts human rights and endangers workers

Saturday 9 December 2017

The right to join a trade union and the right to collective bargaining are basic, human rights recognised by the UN International Labour Organisation. Yet many well-known multi-national companies do not recognise trade unions, and do not negotiate with trade unions on pay and working conditions. International and European Trade Unions are joining forces for…

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Bulgaria launches national campaign for the rights of children in sport

Tuesday 5 December 2017

Today, during the International Conference “Access to Sport: Sport – an Instrument for Social Inclusion”, the national campaign “The Rights of Children in Sport” was launched in partnership by Special Olympics Bulgaria, Bulgarian Tennis Federation, Bulgarian Union of Physical Education and Sport, ProSport Foundation, European Law Society and UNI Europa. This campaign was inspired by…

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Women players from across the world battle for equal opportunities and pay

Thursday 30 November 2017

In 2017 more professional sportswomen than ever have united to fight for the right to compete, better pay and improved working conditions. The new Gender Equality Principles of the World Players Association lead the way. Look no further than the announcement from the Danish footballers last week. After several months of negotiations including two boycotted…

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What is the gig economy?

Wednesday 29 November 2017

It’s a hot topic but what are the realities of the ‘gig economy’ and the new types of employment created by online platforms? Watch our latest video to find out more.  

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