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Labor concerns

Labor concerns

The International Labor Organization-Manila and its tripartite social partners are shown here during the turnover of outputs from the ILO-EU projects on promoting freedom of association and collective bargaining, and trade and employment in the context of inclusive growth and decent work. They include (from left): Atty. Maria Theresa Sindico Guillaume of the Department of Justice; Verna Viajar of ILO CO Manila; Khalid Hassan, Director of ILO CO Manila; Director Senen Perlada of Department of Trade and Industry; Atty Sonny Matula of the NAGKAISA workers coalition; Director-General Jose Roland Moya of Employers Confederation of the Philippines/ECOP; Assistant Secretary Benjo Santos Benavidez of Department of Labor and Employment; Diane Respall of ILO CO Manila; Florencia Cabatingan of NACUSIP workers union; and Susanita Tesiorna, president of the Alliance of Workers in the Informal Economy/Sector.

Topics: International Labor Organization , Maria Theresa Sindico Guillaume , Verna Viajar
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