In Venezuela, the Solidarity Center works with a broad range of national labor centers and unaffiliated worker organizations so they can organize and represent workers, bargain collectively over working conditions and improve enforcement of fundamental labor rights for all workers. The Solidarity Center works to help unions from all political tendencies overcome their divisions to jointly advocate and defend policies for increased protection of fundamental rights at the workplace and across industries. In response to the massive flow of migrants to neighboring Brazil and Colombia in recent years, the Solidarity Center works with the Brazilian and Colombian labor movements to provide training on basic labor rights and legal assistance to Venezuelan migrants.

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Trafficking in Persons Report Wake-Up Call to Governments

The U.S. State Department’s decision to downgrade Thailand, Malaysia and Venezuela in its 2014 Trafficking in Persons report “should compel (those governments) and other countries with serious human trafficking problems to step up their efforts to fight this horrific...

Thailand Among Countries Failing to Address Human Trafficking

Thailand, Malaysia and Venezuela failed to comply with the minimum standards to address human trafficking over the past year, according to the State Department in its annual Trafficking in Persons Report (TIP) released today. The three countries were downgraded from...

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