happy 8 March
11 / 03 / 2018
After this action, the GTUC Women’s Committee, together with the Trade Union of workers of Agricultural, Light, Food and Processing Industry of Georgia visited Agara. 180 women living there have been unemployed for six months because of the Agara Sugar Plant stopped operations. On March 9 they will be rallying demanding protection of labour rights and livelihood.
Special letters were sent to chairman of the Human Rights Committee of the Georgian Parliament Sophio Kiladze and the First Deputy Chairman of Parliament and Chair of the Gender Equality Council Tamar Chugoshvili requesting effective steps to improve women’s labour rights.