GHANA’S FISHING INDUSTRY: WOMEN WORKERS’ STRUGGLES
Emily and Theresa tell themselves to stay strong as women competing for business in the Tema fishing port in Ghana. But the economic pressures are tough and they face violence, bullying, sexual harassment, and worse, because they are women. “You are a child of your own safety,” says Emily.
So, you just pray and hope every single day that you get home safely.
30 Nov 2023
Maritime Just Transition Task Force collaborative project sets framework to equip seafarers with skills as shipping transitions to zero emissions. 30 November 2023, London – A new training project
30 Nov 2023
As trade-unionists we know that the only way to win intergenerational justice is through collective action. We must transform the labour movement and wider society to put the demands of young workers
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