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Human Chain From Slovakia To Hungary

The Maria Valeria Bridge - photo: Ervín Pospíšil

A human chain will span the Maria Valeria bridge between Sturovo in Slovakia and Esztergom in Hungary on Sunday as trade unionists on both sides of the border literally join hands to protest at pay and living conditions.

As reported by TASR newswire, the disgruntled workers are making the protest on World Day for Decent Work, which has taken place on 7 October every year since 2008 annd encourages trade union organisations all over the world to organise events calling for better working conditions.

Five organizations, SolidarITUCETUCSocial Alert International and the Global Progressive Forum, launched the Decent Work, Decent Life campaign at the World Social Forum in Nairobi in January 2007 and has since then worked in an alliance to promote decent work for decent life as solution to poverty.

The idea to run a Campaign on Decent Work was conceived at the World Social Forum, 2005 in Porto Alegre. The Campaign targets young people, trade union activists, NGOs and decision makers in developed and developing countries.

1 Comment for “Human Chain From Slovakia To Hungary”

  1. George M

    On a Sunday ……..a quick touching of flesh, then down the pub for the day then .

    Printing Invoices and profit is the reason for a company . Employment is a byproduct of having a company, not the reason for it .

    When Slowvak actually decide to `work hard`, drink less , and be less idle , then they may get working conditions and pay they demand

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