ICTUR undertakes research at its own initiative in furtherance of its aims and also accepts commissions from trade union, academic, and legal partners. Some examples of the organisation's recent activities are outlined below.

Forthcoming, new editions of World Map (2018) and Trade Unions of the World (2020)

Joint Committee on Human Rights - submissions to business and human rights enquiry

- Written submission to Committee

- Oral evidence to Committee

- Supplementary evidence to Committee

Trade and Labour Standards joint publication with Greenpeace

- Investor protection in CETA: Gold standard or missed opportunity?

Trial observations - attending criminal and civil proceedings to defend trade union rights

- Link to trial reports and observations

World map updated

- 2017 edition of the map

Trade Unions of the World updated 2016, revised and expanded

- order copies online

Commissioned work: regional trade union rights analysis for Public Services International



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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