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    MSJ Condemns Government Threats and Bullying Against Workers
  • 6 September 2018
  • The Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) condemns the threats and bullying tactics being employed by the PNM Government against the workers and trade union movement with respect to the labour movements call for Friday September 7 to be a “Day ...

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    Labour not invited on PETROTRIN Board
  • 6 September 2018
  • While I served as the OWTU general secretary, the union submitted names of our nominees to the Government for several state boards, including Petrotrin. In spite of repeated efforts to have these people considered consistent with the MOU, none were ...

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    Sharing the national burden Diary of a mothering worker Entry 299 By: Gabrielle Jamela Hosein
  • 6 September 2018
  • SACRIFICES MUST be made. The question is how much, by whom and at what cost.
    Ordinary working people, from retail and restaurant workers to office clerks to nurses, are carrying the unequal burden of economic adjustment.
    This is felt deep in the ...

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    MSJ’S 2016 INDEPENDENCE MESSAGE - THE SPIRIT OF INDEPENDENCE AND CHALLENGING THE STATUS QUO
  • 31 August 2018
  • On August 31st, 1962 the citizens of Trinidad and Tobago made a bold statement about themselves and to the world. That statement was that, having challenged the status quo of colonialism, we would henceforth take charge of our own affairs ...

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