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Seafarers ‘sitting ducks’ as Port of Dakar leaves them without warning lights [ITF] 2022-08-13

Union's dialogue with company secures more protection for workers [BWI] 2020-05-28

National collective agreement for the bakery sector [IUF] 2022-01-21

The informal economy and decent work in Senegal, Burundi and South Africa [Equal Times] 2021-12-22

Postal workers strike over government debt [UNI Global Union] 2021-01-22

Wage discrimination and corruption at Medis Dakar in Senegal [IndustriALL] 2020-07-04

Recovering education at all levels while saving lives [EI] 2020-05-09

SNTC welcomes income guarantees for workers [BWI] 2020-04-18

BBC Afrique fires journalist over a controversial interview on the role of France in Rwanda [IFJ] 2020-02-12

ITF backs Senegalese workers in BRT project [ITF] 2019-05-20

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Today's labour news


Seafarers ‘sitting ducks’ as Port of Dakar leaves them without warning lights 2022-08-13 [ITF]

Unions win pay rise 2022-03-23 [EI]

National collective agreement for the bakery sector 2022-01-21 [IUF]

Burundi The informal economy and decent work in Senegal, Burundi and South Africa 2021-12-22 [Equal Times]

Postal workers strike over government debt 2021-01-22 [UNI Global Union]

Faced with climate change in Senegal, how can unions support efforts towards energy transition? 2020-12-17 [Equal Times]

Office of Les Echos newspaper attacked, vandalized 2020-08-10 [IFJ]

Wage discrimination and corruption at Medis Dakar in Senegal 2020-07-04 [IndustriALL]

Union's dialogue with company secures more protection for workers 2020-05-28 [BWI]

Recovering education at all levels while saving lives 2020-05-09 [EI]

SNTC welcomes income guarantees for workers 2020-04-18 [BWI]

BBC Afrique fires journalist over a controversial interview on the role of France in Rwanda 2020-02-12 [IFJ]

SNTC / BTP protests against debts due to construction companies 2019-05-28 [BWI]

ITF backs Senegalese workers in BRT project 2019-05-20 [ITF]

Cote Divoire Young Senegalese and Ivorian teachers come together for quality education and effective trade unions 2019-04-20 [Education International]

Row erupts between union and non-union teaching staff 2019-04-06 [UWN]

Senegal: Unions build strength through organizing and collaboration 2019-03-12 [IndustriALL]

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

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

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

Africa 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]

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

This month in labour history


9-09-1958 In a rare public demonstration of unity, Senegalese and French railroad workers in Dakar organize a 24-hour warning strike over "equal pay for equal work" demands. [more]

27-09-1938 Strike by ‘auxiliary labourers’ (Africans), the vast majority of railway workers, to obtain an end to precarious employment. The movement will be violently repressed. [more]