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From meisenscher@igc.org Wed Mar 1 10:59:37 2000
Date: Tue, 29 Feb 2000 21:12:52 -0600 (CST)
From: Michael Eisenscher <meisenscher@igc.org>
Subject: South Africa, International Centre for T.U. Rights
Article: 90184
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The International Centre for Trade Union Rights (ICTUR)

From Daniel Blackburn,
Administration and Research Director,
International Centre for Trade Union Rights,
29 February 2000

The International Centre for Trade Union Rights (ICTUR) is a campaigning non-profit organisation which aims to:

Defend and extend the rights of trade unions and trade unionists worldwide. Collect information and increase awareness of trade union rights. Provide information about trade union rights and their violations throughout the world.

What is the International Centre for Trade Union Rights?

ICTUR was established in 1987. Since that time it has established national committees in every continent and a global network of trade unionists, labour lawyers, academics and reporters.

ICTUR is recognised and accredited with both the United Nations and the International Labour Organisation.

Information about ICTUR and its officers can be found on these pages as well as extracts from the journal, International Union Rights and regular updates of trade union rights violations and campaigns.