Commissioned work

In addition to its own research, monitoring and human rights promotion work ICTUR also accepts commissioned legal, technical and research work from trade union, academic, and legal partners.

Recent commissioned work includes:

Focus on Tax Justice (2018) - edition of International Union Rights produced with Public Services International

Removing Barriers to Justice (2017) - report examining court cases and legal problems arising from attempts to pursue justice for business-related human rights violations. The Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO) commissioned the report on behalf of a coalition of eight civil society organisations.

Legitimising an unsustainable approach to trade (2017) - this report examines the incorporation of labour, environmental and sustainable development provisions in the EU’s free trade agreements (FTA).

Earlier commissioned projects include:

Regional trade union rights analysis for Public Services International

Country profile updates for survey on violations of trade union rights for ITUC

Analysis of labour law in Gibraltar and prospects for reform, for Unite the union

Project to secure legal rights for Moroccan migrant workers in Gibraltar, for Unite the union

Complaint drafting to various international bodies, including contact points under OECD Guidelines and ILO Committee on Freedom of Association, for various Global Union Federations



The International Centre for Trade Union Rights

Established in 1987, ICTUR is a non-profit organisation
based in London, promoting international trade
union rights through research and advocacy services.
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