A group of trade unionists develop a new training program for college students. Credit: Narek Harutyunyan / Solidarity Center

With Solidarity Center’s support, the country’s unions are building their capacity to represent and mobilize their members, educating their members about their rights as workers and how to become effective worker rights advocates, and conducting legislative research to advance worker rights such as freedom of association and the right to safe and healthy workplaces.

In partnership with unions and community allies, the Solidarity Center is implementing gender equality training programs that empower working women to access quality jobs, and to counter gender-based violence and harassment in the world of work.

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Global Unions Rally for 350 Fired Georgia Workers

Some 350 workers at the Georgia chemical company Rustavi Azot recently were dismissed without notice or compensation and nearly 2,000 more threatened with firing unless they accept new, short-term contracts. The actions by the company, which produces mineral...

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