JILAF, together with the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour (VGCL), held industrial relations and labour policy seminars in the two cities of Hai Phong and Can Tho during the period of January 8 to 14.
JILAF invited a total of 14 persons (including 6 women) from organizations in three countries (the Malaysian Trades Union Congress [MTUC], Pakistan Workers’ Federation [PWF], and Trade Union Congress of the Philippines [TUCP]) to visit Japan from December 4 to 17.
A follow-up meeting and Life Support Seminar were held in the district of Kaysone in the southern province of Savannakhet on October 31 and November 1 for 30 vegetable farm workers (informal-sector workers).
JILAF invited a total of 11 persons (including 4 women) from the Middle East and Northern Africa to visit Japan from November 6 to 19.
JILAF reinvited a total of six people (including two women) from Indonesia and Myanmar to visit Japan for seven days from November 27 to December 3.
JILAF held a two-day seminar on industrial relations and labour policy in Kathmandu, Nepal, on December 13–14 for the three organizations affiliated with the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), namely, the Nepal Trade Union Congress (NTUC), the General Federation of Nepalese Trade Unions (GEFONT), and the All Nepal Trade Union Federation (ANTUF). Fifty-seven people attended, and 11 media organizations covered the seminar’s first day, including the Kantipur National Daily, News 24, and Mountain TV.
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