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Datablog | Youth in Georgia have little trust in unions

Most do not actively distrust unions, but rather are ‘uncertain’ about their level of trust.

Datablog | Youth in Georgia have little trust in unions

By Nino Zubashvili

Most do not actively distrust unions, but rather are ‘uncertain’ about their level of trust.

Laid-off Rustavi nitrogen factory workers win back jobs after three-year legal battle

The sudden dismissal of 350 workers in 2017 led to large protests outside the factory and in Tbilisi.

Laid-off Rustavi nitrogen factory workers win back jobs after three-year legal battle

The sudden dismissal of 350 workers in 2017 led to large protests outside the factory and in Tbilisi.

Inside Georgia’s textile industry: Part I — Unions

In part I of this multi-part series, we look at how employees are organising and how the unions work (or don’t) at two factories in Kutaisi.

Inside Georgia’s textile industry: Part I — Unions

By Tamuna Chkareuli

In part I of this multi-part series, we look at how employees are organising and how the unions work (or don’t) at two factories in Kutaisi.

Railway workers quit en masse after wildcat strike in central Georgia

Sixty railway construction workers walked out after failing to reach an agreement with their employer — China Railway 23rd Bureau Group.

Railway workers quit en masse after wildcat strike in central Georgia

Sixty railway construction workers walked out after failing to reach an agreement with their employer — China Railway 23rd Bureau Group.

Speaking up through sewn lips: a wildcat strike in Chiatura

After starting an unsanctioned strike, miners in Chiatura stitched their lips together to demonstrate the cost of their hazardous occupations.

Speaking up through sewn lips: a wildcat strike in Chiatura

By Dato Parulava

After starting an unsanctioned strike, miners in Chiatura stitched their lips together to demonstrate the cost of their hazardous occupations.

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