The FES Kenya Labour Movement Programme works closely with the Central Organisation of Trade Unions - Kenya (COTU-K) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC-Ke) and their respective affiliates to promote decent working conditions and labour standards. FES Kenya sees trade unions as crucial actors with a democratic mandate to represent working people across Kenya. More
FES Kenya facilitates discussions among its partners and experts of possible pathways to a socioecological transformation in Kenya with a particular focus on how to jointly reach SDG 8 (decent work), SDG 10 (reduced inequalities) and SDG 13 (climate action). More
A 'just city' is characterized by equality, democracy, diversity, access to public services and public spaces for all in one city. FES Kenya brings together its partners to develop concepts on how to shape a democratic, socially just and ecologically sustainable urbanisation process in Kenya. More
Making the German supply chain due diligence act work for trade unions
Recommendations based on a study of the automotive industry in South Africa, Ghana, Kenya and Germany Johannesburg, 2023
Recommendations based on a study of the automotive industry in South Africa, Ghana, Kenya and Germany / Hendrik Simon and Lorenza Monaco. - Johannesburg : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Trade Union Competence Centre for Sub-Saharan Africa, 2023. - 4 Seiten = 4,4 MB PDF-File. - (Policy brief) Electronic ed.: Johannesburg : FES, 2023 ISBN 978-0-6397-9292-7 http://library.fes.de/pdf-files/bueros/festucc/20414.pdf
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