The Center for Trade Union and Human Rights condemns the collusion of the Quezon City police and the Pentagon Steel Corporation management to put down the picket of over a hundred workers in Brgy. Apolonio Samson, Kaingin Road, Quezon City. “The extent of support given by the local police to the company is alarming especially […]

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The Center for Trade Union and Human Rights mourns with the Bangladeshi people over the death of some 400 garments workers last April 24 in what was dubbed as the “worst disaster in the garments industry history” in Rana Plaza in Savar, Bangladesh. We are deeply saddened by this ill-fate that befell our […]

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On the 127th International Labor Day, Center for Trade Union and Human Rights criticized the Aquino administration’s responses  concerns of Filipino workers saying that the administration is “turning a blind eye” to workers issues and demands. CTUHR Executive Director Daisy Arago said, “Recent actions and responses of Malacanang and the Department of Labor [and employment] […]

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