Project Areas

Holding MNCs Responsible
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Holding MNCs Responsible

Sub-Sahara Africa has recently experienced a new wave of investments by multinational corporations (MNCs), in particular from global South countries such as South Africa, China, Brazil and India. More

Technological Innovations in a Changing World of Work
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Technological Innovations in a Changing World of Work

The world of work is changing and unions not only need to capture the effects of new technologies, but also find responses to these rapid changes brought about by the 4IR. More

Shaping Climate and Energy Policies
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Shaping Climate and Energy Policies

The sub-Saharan Africa region faces a serious energy crisis, with 80% of the people relying on traditional biomass for meeting their household needs and more than 50% lacking access to electricity. More

Innovative Unionism in Sub-Saharan Africa!
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Innovative Unionism in Sub-Saharan Africa!

Transforming unions into truly representative organizations and promoting their ability to advance the interests of workers require that unions organise their work informed by the idea of leveraging power. More

Fighting Deficits in the Informal Sector
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Fighting Deficits in the Informal Sector

In sub-Saharan Africa, informal employment is the rule rather than the exception: Informal workers make up 89% of the workforce in the region – the current state of labour in Africa is informal! More

TUCC as part of the FES Global Trade Union Project
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TUCC as part of the FES Global Trade Union Project

The TUCC implements regional projects in cooperation with regional trade union organizations and other regional partners. This includes supporting the regional offices of the GUFs. More

FES Trade Union Competence Centre

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Dunkeld West
Johannesburg

+27-10 446 8612
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info(at)fes-southafrica.org
https://tucc.fes.de/

In response to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, our offices will remain closed until further notice. The TUCC Team will only be accessible by e-mails.

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