REPORTS

Mexico

ICLR Report, Case of the National Union of Mine, Metal, Steel and Allied Workers of the Mexican Republic, August 2010

Del Reporte de la Comision Internacional para los Derechos de los Trabajadores (ICLR), Caso del Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores Mineros, Metalúrgicos, Siderúrgicos y Similares de la República Mexicana, Agosto de 2010

Amicus Curaie Brief, Case of the National Union of Mine, Metal, Steel and Allied Workers of the Mexican Republic, September 2010

Memorial de Amicus Curiae, Caso del Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores Mineros, Metalúrgicos, Siderúrgicos y Similares de la República Mexicana, Septiembre de 2010

Colombia

On Saturday 12 June, 2004, the ICLR presented the findings of its inquiry into trade union rights violations and impunity in Colombia to a high profile meeting of trade unionists and labor lawyers in Geneva, Switzerland.

Colombian lawyer Miguel Puerto, of the International Centre for Trade Union Rights in London, described how thousands of trade unionists have been murdered with almost total impunity. The report, he said, demonstrates a clear set of recommendations aimed at all relevant actors in the country.

ICLR Summary and Recomendations (In English)
ICLR Summary and Recomendations (In Spanish)

Download the Original Reports

Teodoro Sánchez de Bustamante (In Spanish)
Sarah Lucy Cooper (In English)
Efren Sandoval (In Spanish)

United States

North Carolina

The ICLR Report on the Denial of Public Sector Bargaining Rights in North Carolina, June 14, 2006

The ILO Committee on Freedom of Association’s response to the complaint filed on the basis of the report, March 2007

 Wisconsin

The ICLR files an amicus curiae brief before the National Labor Relations Board for Case 30-ca-17185, Roundy’s, Inc. and Milwaukee Building and Construction Trades Council, AFL-CIO. This brief is in support of the Union’s right to access to the employer’s property. Read amicus brief (Jan. 7, 2011).

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