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APMT Mumbai port hunger strike for job security

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Management withdrew direct employment commitment

  • About the campaign

    The hunger strike is over following an agreement with APMT management. See the timeline for details >>

    Workers in APMT in the port of Mumbai are on hunger strike in support of a group of operations and maintenance staff who APM Terminals is refusing to directly employ.

    The union asserts that management is going back on a commitment it made when it started operating in Jawaharlal Nehru Port, Mumbai, that after five years the workers would be directly employed rather than sub-contracted. Go to the campaign timeline for more details on the dispute >>

    Navi Mumbai General Kamgar Sanghatana union (NMGKS) needs your support to make this global multi-national sit up and listen to workers.

    Here’s what you can do to support the APMT, Mumbai fight for fairness and job security:

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    2. Join the ITF in sending a letter to APM Terminals India telling them the global union community is watching. Use Take Action tab 2

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Wilma Clement

1213 Days Ago
You are right to fight for your rights. Solidarity from Barbados
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Kees Marges

1218 Days Ago
You should and will win this fight. Solidarity from an old friend.
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Esan Segun T.

1219 Days Ago
On behalf of Nigeria Union of Railway Workers (NUR) and its Central Working Committee (CWC), i write in solidarity with Mumbai Ports Workers and i join in asking the Management to uphold its commitment it made when the Management started the operation of Jawaharlal Nehru Port, Mumbai that all the workers would be directly employed rather than be kept on sub-contract.NUR and all of us in the Nigerian Railway ask the Management to be honorable enough to uphold its promise to Port Workers in Mumbai and allow industrial peace and harmony reigns.
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ali kitapci

1219 Days Ago
I can not talk for turkish worker class but I know my union BTS and our workker freinds support you
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Aladin khaireldin

1219 Days Ago
Fully support the workers
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Kona Vishnu

1220 Days Ago
The National Federation of Indian Railwaymen Supports on behalf of 1.3 Million Strong Indian Railway Work Force. Total Solidarity to the Strike Action.
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David Bensman

1220 Days Ago
I support port workers' strike
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Jackie N.W. Doe - President

1220 Days Ago
we support your strike action and we stand and support to work hard to protect the right of workers all over world. From Dock Workers Union of Liberia - DOWUL
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