Making solidarity work: Defending worker’s rights and international labour standards

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The ITF has a proud record in developing rapid‐response solidarity actions to support affiliates in crucial disputes or facing serious violations of union rights. Long-term strategies and effective tactics are needed to address multinational corporations.

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What methods can ITF unions use to control corporate violations of workers’ rights?

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Question 2

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How can we effectively target non-union countries?

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Question 3

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How could solidarity networks work better?

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How can we make international labour standards work for us?

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