28 April is World Day for Safety and Health at Work. Today, more than ever, these issues are crucial for a large part of humanity. Indeed, in light of the new risks generated by the Covid-19 crisis, it is time to review and rethink these questions.
– Consequent loss of earnings on wages
– short-time working and or consequences of job loss
– poor adaptation of work at home
– psychosocial risks.
Not to mention in some countries: forced labour, child labour, illegal work, etc.
CETIM has been working on these essential issues for a long time, in particular through its books :
“The UN Declaration on the Rights of Peasants” published in 2019 as an e-pub (e-book) version in English which can be downloaded for free on our website
and its books edited in French:
The CETIM has also been working on these essential issues for a long time through its publications: “Transnational corporations and human rights“, “The right to health” published in 2006, “The right to work” in 2008 and “The right to social security” in 2012.
These publications can be downloaded free of charge by clicking on the links.