Solidarity Center programs in Ecuador educate workers about labor laws and equip them to monitor compliance with labor rights, negotiate with employers and advocate for their rights, all with an emphasis on democratic practices within their organizations and across society. The Solidarity Center supports leadership development of women and youth in the public and private sectors who, in turn, will educate workers about their rights, strengthen union representation and carry out advocacy campaigns promoting new labor policies and legislation through their unions and allied organizations—for example, by participating in discussions over revisions to the labor code and COVID-19–related economic reactivation policies.

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Ecuador: 20,000 Unionists, Allies Rally Against Repressive Laws

More than 20,000 trade union members and other Ecuadorans protested regressive government reforms in Quito, the capital, last week, with simultaneous marches in seven other cities. Those taking part in the rallies oppose proposed constitutional amendments, such as one...

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