The 2016 ITUC Global Rights Index shows workers’ rights were weakened in almost all regions of the world, including through severe crackdowns on the right to free speech and assembly.

Part I of this publication provides a more detailed analysis of the 2016 ITUC Global Rights Index as well as a short overview of the methodology. Part II of the publication presents illustrative examples from the evidence collected throughout the year.

ITUC Global Rights Index 2016: The World's Worst Countries for Workers - The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), 2016 DOWNLOAD

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