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We are the largest U.S.-based international worker rights organization partnering directly with workers and their unions, and supporting their struggle for respect, fair wages, better workplaces and a voice in the global economy.

We value the dignity of work and workers. We know how all the work everyone depends on gets done–who picks the food for your table, cleans your home so you can go to the office, makes your clothes, keeps your streets clean. And at our core is every worker’s right to solve issues through collective action and to form unions.

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Bangladesh: Demanding Justice, Workers Mark Nine Years Since Tazreen Fire
Bangladesh: Demanding Justice, Workers Mark Nine Years Since Tazreen Fire
November 24 is a symbol of the fight for a decent and safe workplace for more than 4 million garment workers in Bangladesh. On that day nine years ago, Tazreen ...
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The Solidarity Center Podcast, gender-based violence at work, worker rights, Nigeria
‘I Feel Strong When I See Other Women with Us’
Union women are not waiting for their governments to ratify Convention 190, the international treaty that addresses gender-based violence and harassment in the world of work—they are taking action now ...
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Anton Marcus, Joint Secretary of Free Trade Zone and General Services Employees Union.
Sri Lanka Garments: First Collective Agreement in Free Trade Zone
The Free Trade Zones and General Services Employees Union (FTZ & GSEU) has become the first union to successfully bargain a collective agreement with a factory in Sri Lanka’s largest ...
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The Solidarity Center Podcast

BILLIONS OF US, ONE JUST FUTURE

CONVERSATIONS WITH WORKERS (& OTHER SMART PEOPLE) WORLDWIDE SHAPING THE WORKPLACE FOR THE BETTER

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[Vice News] What Governments Don’t Want You To Know About Modern Slavery: Video

“But really, to make the change, there has to be institutional change … not just easy fixes,” said Neha Misra, Solidarity Center global lead for migration and human trafficking. “The systems and institutions that are used to manage migration around the world inherently make migrants vulnerable to trafficking. And yet governments don’t want to do anything about immigration systems.”

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Summit for Democracy Side Event: Worker Organizations’ Vital Role in Democracy
Date: Tuesday, December 7, 2021 Time: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. EST Place: Virtual. Registration required. Workers’ freedom to organize and bargain collectively is a cornerstone of democracy. Independent worker organizations ...
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December 2 International Day for the Abolition of Slavery
There are 5.5 million child slaves in the world. This is just an estimate of the number of children in forced labor, because trafficking as an illicit crime is hard to ...
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