Turkey -12,000 signatures to reinstate fired union members at Togo Footwear -July 26, 2012

Leather workers union Deri-Is, supported by Labour Start and IndustriALL, has collected 12,000 signatures and organised protests demanding the reinstatement of 35 colleagues that were fired at Togo Footwear, Ankara, for union organising activities. The Deri-Is members were attempting to initiate collective bargaining at the factory. So far, the ministry of labour has refused to issue collective bargaining authorization papers to the unionists.

English/French/Spanish: http://www.industriall-union.org/demand-reinstatement ...


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