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Jun 6, 2012 -- In its 2012 Annual Survey of Violations of Trade Union Rights released June 6, 2012, the International Trade Union Confederation found that Latin America remains the most dangerous region of the world for trade unionists, with Colombia again leading the world, followed by Guatemala. ...Read more »
May 25, 2012 -- The Congressional Monitoring Group on Labor Rights in Colombia this week released a letter to President Obama expressing “deep concern and alarm” regarding a recent increase in violence against trade unionists in Colombia. The May 17, 20 ...Read more »
May 21, 2012 -- On May 15, four masked men kidnapped and tortured labor rights defender José Enrique Morales Montaño, a member of the Workers' Support Centre (Centro de Apoyo al Trabajador, CAT) in Mexico. ...Read more »
May 1, 2012 -- Leading U.S. apparel brands are urging the Guatemalan government to resolve the long-pending CAFTA labor complaint filed by six Guatemalan unions and the AFL-CIO four years ago. ...Read more »
Apr 24, 2012 -- Guatemalan unions yestrday used the occasion of the four year anniversary of the filing of the first labor complaint under CAFTA to call on the U.S. government to impose sanctions on their own government after years of its failure to act. ...Read more »
Apr 11, 2012 -- President Obama is planning to give a thumbs up on the Colombian government’s efforts to address worker rights violations, violence and impunity and announce this week that the U.S. will implement the Free Trade Agreement passed by the U.S. Congress in October 2011, thereby surrendering its opportunity to secure significant advances on worker rights, violence and impunity in the world’s most dangerous country in which to be a trade unionist. ...Read more »
Mar 30, 2012 -- Over two dozen Honduran trade unions joined by the AFL-CIO this week filed a labor complaint with the U.S. Department of Labor charging the Honduran government with violating the labor provisions of the Dominican-Republic Central America Free Trade Agreement (DR-CAFTA). May 2012 Update: The U.S. Department of Labor accepted the complaint and has begun its investigation. ...Read more »
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