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International Organising

Exploitation through poor social and environmental standards is the flipside of a global value chain. Wages below the comparable minimum wage, health hazards at the workplace, lack of social security in the event of illness, accident or old age, and precarious employment relationships pose major challenges worldwide. We support better networking and organisation along transnational value chains, which enables trade unions to assert the interests of employees even in globally operating corporations and globally branched production processes.

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International Organising

Rosa Luxemburg: Searching for Traces

Krzysztof Pilawski, Holger Politt, Evelin Wittich

Jun. 2020

International Organising

Strong Unions and Communities

Katja Voigt and Aaron Eisenberg

Nov. 2019


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