Delegates to the 6th BRICS Trade Union Forum are to adopt Declaration and Joint Statement addressed to BRICS heads of State and ministers of labour and employment
In the course of the second plenary meeting of the 6th BRICS Trade Union Forum its delegates intend to review a broad range of issues related to changes on the labour market in the past two years, as well as to draw up a message to BRICS heads of State who will hold their summit later in September. In the Declaration the delegates intend to convey their concerns over low rate of economic growth, changes in the world trade and economic relations and alarming developments on the labour markets.
The delegates will discuss the new Chinese initiative “One Belt, One Road”. They will also consider the matters falling within the competence of labour and employment ministers and adopt a joint statement in conjunction with the upcoming BRICS labour ministerial to be held on July 25-27 in Chongqing.
Trade unions delegates consultation. 3rd Annual Meeting of BRICS Labour and Employment Ministers in Chongqing
Delegates of national trade union centres from all BRICS countries were given an opportunity to express their views on the issues on LEMM agenda and to engage in open exchange with the ministers and employer representatives.
Representatives of national trade union centres from Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa discussed topical issues of cooperation within BRICS during the international trade union workshop held on November 14-15, 2016 in Johannesburg (South Africa).
Trade unions delegates consultation on the fields of BRICS labor and employment ministers' Meeting. New Delhi, September 2016.
On September 26-27, 2016 the 2nd BRICS Labour and Employment Ministers’ Meeting took place in New Delhi with a meeting of BRICS trade union representatives held on its sidelines.