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28 July 2022 – NTUC Phl members say unprecedented difficulties spawned by COVID-19 and fallout from the Ukraine crisis and responses by government and employers have not been enough to start recovery from the large reversals in gains from decades of struggle for decent work and against inequality. These challenges from multiple crises, including from climate change, require radical proactive global, national, federation, local union interventions, and programs.

28 July 2022 – NTUC Phl members say unprecedented difficulties spawned by COVID-19 and fallout from the Ukraine crisis and responses by government and employers have not been enough to start recovery from the large reversals in gains from decades of struggle for decent work and against inequality. These challenges from multiple crises, including from…

19 Aug 2021 – NTUC Phl holds it Joint Women and Youth Assemblies on the occasion of its 3rd Anniversary on 18 August 2021, via Zoom online. President Rodolfo M. Capoquian, in his message and report, cited growing tiredness, but firm determination, with 18 months ng community quarantine. He cited reports of suicides, mental unwellness, deeper poverty and increasing misery. He expressed apprehension that economic recovery might not include workers and their families, with deeper inequality worsened by the pandemic.
25 June 2021 – NTUC Phl members say difficulties spawned by COVID-19 and inadequate responses by government and employers have led to large reversals in gains from decades of struggle for decent work and against inequality and require proactive national, federation, local union interventions and programs.

  The two batches of webinars on Employment Security Labor Relations with the theme “Human-Centred Future of Work and Work Relations in the Time of the Pandemic”  were conducted with the support of Japan International Labour Foundation (JILAF) in four hours in four afternoons Zoomed from Quezon City on 14-17 and 21-24 June 2021 Connecting…

1 May 2021 – It was an early celebration of Labor Day for NTUC Phl affiliates gathered for the joint activities for Labor Day and the International Workers Memorial Day, also known as te International Day of Mourning for dead and injured workers and the World Safety and Health Day.

ITUC AP General Secretary Shoya Yoshida stressed a new social contract for inclusive and income-led growth free from tyranny and inequaity for a principled recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. NTUC PHL President Rodolfo M. Capoquian, in his remarks, led solidarity calls (1) for workers killed and injured in workplace accidents, as well as departed trade…

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