Global Labour Movement Charter

The right to organise unions and take collective action including industrial action and solidarity actions
The right of all workers to organise collectively without being subjected to violence, intimidation or legal harassment
Secure employment
Health & Safety at work, compensation, rehabilitation
A living wage for all workers in all industries
Decent work, with appropriate hours of work proposed by workers, paid leave and paid holidays
Full rights for women workers
Indigenous workers’ rights & Land Rights
Permanent residence with full employment rights for all refugees and all migrant workers in all countries
No child labour
Education, housing, health and childcare provisions
Social security and adequate welfare benefits

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