BRICS Trade Union Forum delegates attend the Labour Ministerial Meeting
Today, the delegates of the 8th BRICS Trade Union Forum are taking part in the opening of the annual labour and employment ministers’ meeting held in the National Confederation of Municipalities in the centre of the country’s capital. This year’s meeting of labour ministers is dedicated to the inclusive future of the world of work, trade liberalization and its impact on the BRICS labour market, management of the labour market data and promoting better working conditions for a sustainable social security system.
The First secretary of “Força Sindical” Sergio Luiz Leite addressed the opening session of the ministerial meeting on behalf of the BRICS Trade Union Forum. Then he and the delegates from other BRICS countries presented the text of the Trade Union Forum Declaration to government representatives of the BRICS member states.
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