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Tanzania:High-Level Seminar on Promoting Freedom of Association and the Effective Recognition of the Right to Collective Bargaining

The High-Level Seminar Promoting Freedom of Association and the Effective Recognition of the Right to Collective Bargaining was organised by the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) projects Global Project on promoting freedom of association and collective bargaining and Improving Labour Law Compliance in the United Republic of Tanzania (ILLC).

Type: Seminar
When: 26 - 27 October 2011
Where: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

The High-Level Seminar Promoting Freedom of Association and the Effective Recognition of the Right to Collective Bargaining was organised by the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) projects Global Project on promoting freedom of association and collective bargaining and Improving Labour Law Compliance in the United Republic of Tanzania (ILLC). The workshop, which took place on 26th and 27th October 2011 at the ILO office in Dar es Salaam, brought together 22 labour offices from the Ministry of Labour and Employment (MOLE, Tanzania mainland) and the Ministry of Labour, Economic Empowerment and Cooperatives (MLEC, Zanzibar), representatives from the trade unions and employers’ associations from Tanzania mainland and Zanzibar, as well as other stakeholders.

Tags: collective bargaining, trade unions, trade union solidarity, workers rights, freedom of association, right to strike

Regions and countries covered: Africa, Tanzania, United Republic of

Unit responsible: Bureau for Workers' Activities

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