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15 Dec 2019 – NTUC Phl holds Dec 2019 Women and Youth Assemblies, reviews progress on Action Agendas

The NTUC Phl Women and Youth Committees, in Joint Assemblies, met on 14 December 2019 in Quezon City to review progress in their respective Action Agendas and to plan next steps. The Assemblies (1) discussed progress in their respective Agendas approved on August 18, 2019; (2) heard the report of the NTUC Phl (training team)…

18 Aug 2019 – NTUC Phl popped poppers at the opening of its Leaders Meeting and first anniversary celebrations in Quezon City.

18 Aug 2019 – NTUC Phl popped poppers at the opening of its Leaders Meeting and first anniversary celebrations in Quezon City. President Rodolfo Capoquian cited the many center activities since NTUC Phl’s founding convention on 18 August 2018 : national, federation and local -level GBV workshops in 2018 through 2019; two successful national JILAF/NTUC…

15 June 2019 – LIVING WAGES, REAL END TO ENDO, MORE PARTICIPATION, NO GBV, A DECENT FUTURE OF WORK, END INEQUALITY! -JILAF/NTUC Phl Workshops

LIVING WAGES, REAL END TO ENDO, MORE PARTICIPATION, NO GBV, A DECENT FUTURE OF WORK, END INEQUALITY! 15 June 2019 — “LIVING WAGES, REAL END TO ENDO, MORE PARTICIPATION, NO GBV, A DECENT FUTURE OF WORK, END INEQUALITY!” were the resounding themes in the National Trade Union Seminars on Employment Security and Constructive Industrial Relations…

NTUC Phl Women Committee Meets, Crafts Agenda for 2019-2021

28 May 2019 – The NTUC Phl Women Committee met on 29 May 2019 in Quezon City to review what has been done and to plan for 2019-2021 activities. Women Chair Milagros Ogalinda chaired the meeting, attended by sixteen representatives from FFF, KMM, PACIWU, NATOW, NLU, NUBE, Obrero Pilipino, TOPPS, federations with existing federation women…

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35% of women – 818 million women globally – over the age of 15 have experienced sexual or physical violence at home, in their communities or in the workplace. (Source: World Health Organisation)

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There were no workplace deaths monitored in January 2020.

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Farmer, carabao electrocuted on way to Leyte farm
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Forty-six workers were killed, fourteen workers were injured and six missing in 33 serious workplace incidents in the Philippines in January-December 2019, an NTUC Philippines compilation of media reports show. Most of those killed were in Construction (nine) and in Mining (nine). Four workers died, eight were injured and three (corrected) were missing from the earthquake-hit Chuzon supermarket in Pampanga in April.

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