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Pan-African News Agency Workers Go on Strike [Prensa Latina] 2018-08-11

Air traffic controllers end strike at new airport [The Town Press] 2017-12-17

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Pan-African News Agency Workers Go on Strike 2018-08-11 [Prensa Latina]

President tasks unions with sustaining peace 2018-05-03 [Le Journal]

Sanches urges rethink on African development strategies 2018-04-16 [IndustriALL]

The women and girls in Senegal pushing through the tech industry’s gender barriers 2018-01-09 [Equal Times]

Air traffic controllers end strike at new airport 2017-12-17 [The Town Press]

The Australian mining project threatening homes, livelihoods and political stability in southern Senegal 2017-11-10 [equal times]

The latest workplace elections shuffle the deck of teacher trade unionism 2017-09-06 [Education International]

Pushing back precarious work in Senegal 2017-07-03 [IndustriALL]

The Senegalese fishermen trapped between hunger and exile 2017-04-04 [Equal Times ]

The Senegalese fishermen trapped between hunger and exile 2017-04-03 [Equal Times]

4th Regional Conference of Union Network International Africa (UNI Africa) 2017-03-21 [biznisafrica]

WATER FIGHT WITH CEMENT FACTORY LEAVES SENEGALESE HIGH AND DRY 2016-10-07 [Equal Times]

Calls to give domestic workers legal protection 2016-04-05 [BBC]

Disciplinary sanctions against Senegal aviation workers dropped 2016-01-26 [ITF]

Road workers demand further fuel price reduction 2016-01-18 [The Point]

ITF intervenes over Senegal aviation worker punishments 2015-11-26 [ITF Global Union]

ITF intervenes over Senegal aviation worker punishments 2015-11-26 [ITF]

Joining Precartious Work Global Day of Action on October 7 2015-09-18 [IndustriALL Global Union]

Unions support kidnapped Nigerian girls 2014-08-08 [Education International]

This month in labour history

22-12-1945 Workers in Dakar begin a strike for higher wages which will inspire the workers' movement across West Africa. [more]