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Publications


 

2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 Newsletters

 

See the on line Global Network collection of materials 2009-2011 here.

 

2012
 
Global Network Advocacy Toolkit: Social Protection for All
Global Network Advocacy toolkit: Social Protection for All (short version)
Presentation by Shanaz Iqbal (LEF) at Rio +20: Home based workers and the interventions of Labour Education Foundation Pakistan
Global Network Leaflet 2012 - NGOs and trade unions working together for social justice
 

GLOBAL NETWORK CONFERENCE May 2012, Rio de Janeiro - SPEAKERS presentations:

    Session 1 - 22 May 2012 - The global crisis impact: International Cooperation, labour and sustainable development
      n°1 Rafael Freire (CSA/TUCA) - El rol del movimiento obrero en la agenda de cooperación internacional despues de 2015
      n°2 Sergio Bassoli (CGIL) - Rumbo a Rio+20
 
    Session 2 - 22 May 2012 - Social protection for all: the UN social protection floor initiative, the ILO recommendation and the role of CSOs
      n°3 Christine Bockstael (ILO) - The social protection floor initiative, the ILO recommendation and the role of CSOs
      n°4 Iván Gonzáles (CSA/TUCA) - El derecho a la seguridad para todos/as y el desarrollo sustentable
      n°5 Namrata Bali (SEWA) - Social security for the unorganised sector
      n°6 Nyasha Muchichwa (LEDRIZ) - National initiatives to promote social protection for all
      n°7 Vonny Diananto (FSPMI) - No social justice without social protection
 
    Session 3 - 23 May 2012 - Emerging actors, emerging models: Brazil and China
      n°8 Alexandre de Freitas Barbosa (IEB/USP) - Los desafíos de China para América Latina y Brasil
      n°9 Hilma Mote (LARRI) - Africa and the new forms of development partnerships
      n°10 Naome Chakanya (LEDRIZ) - Chinese investments in Africa
 
    Session 4 - 23 May 2012 - Domestic workers rights: organising and campaigning for the ratification of ILO Convention 189
      n°11 Marieke Koning (ITUC) - The 12 by 12 campaign on C189 for domestic workers
      n°12 Rocío Campana (PLADES) - Derechos de trabajadoras y trabajadores domésticos: el rol de la Red Global
      n°13 Rosa Acosta (ASTRADOMES) - Presentación de la Asociación de Trabajadoras Domésticas de El Salvador
      n°14 Leddy Mozombite (SINTTRAHOL) - El Sindicato de Trabajadores y Trabajadoras del Hogar Región Lima y la ratificación de C189 (video)
      n°15 Inés Meza (SINTRAHOGARP) - Presentación del Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores y Trabajadoras del Hogar de Perú
      n°16 Daniela Quenta (FENATRAHOB) - Las trabajadoras asalariadas del hogar unidas por la ratificación del C189 de la OIT
 
   Session 7 - 24 May 2012 - Lessons from the Arab revolutions and the role of labour movement organisations
      n°17 Mariem Benromdhane (SDEC) - The experience from the Tunesian revolution
      n°18 Marianna Barsoum (ABGAD HAWAZ) - Arab spring: lessons and role of labour organisations - Egypt as a case in point

2011
Global Network report 2011: Realising Decent Work and Social Protection for All: How civil society organisations are creating change
The Global Network: 10 Years working globally for Social Justice and Decent Work
 

2010
Projet's leaflet: Realising Social Protection and Decent Work for All
Global Network Report: Decent Work and the Millennium Development Goals - A promising partnership

2009
Global Network Report: IMF policies and decent work in times of crisis

2008
Globlal Seminar Report, Lima: A Global dialogue for a fair globalisation

2007
1. Global Network Leaflet 

2. The Project Jobs Jobs Jobs is composed by 8 case studies in countries in Asia , Africa and Latin America:

n°1 Decent Work For Development - Cambodia
n°2 Decent Work For Development - India
n°3 Decent Work For Development - South Africa
n°4 Decent Work For Development - The Philippines
n°5 Decent Work For Development - Zambia
n°6 Decent Work For Development - Migrants
n°7 Decent Work For Development - Peru
n°8 Decent Work For Development - Maquila

 

Narrative reports
Narrative report 2009
Narrative report 2010
Narrative report 2011
Narrative report 2012

 

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