Dockworkers continue to perform one of the most dangerous occupations to date. They face extreme pressure to meet the physical and mental demands of their work. The past year- 2015- was an especially difficult time for the men and women in this profession, who can recall the many comrades killed at work in ports around the world.
Source: O estivador (SETC)
The International Dockworkers Council (IDC), together with the Dockers' Union of Central and Southern Portugal (SETC), filed a complaint with PSA Antwerp regarding labor abuses in the PSA-Sines / LaborSines companies located in Sines, Portugal.
A BIG thanks to all our IDC friends who participated in the #idcwillneverwalkalone hashtag photo contest! We received a lot of great pictures, thanks to the support of dockworkers around the world. The winning photo was submitted by David Marin, who won the IDC logo wristwatch!
What photo do you like best? #idcwillneverwalkalone
Members of the IDC European Zone met in Antwerp, Belgium on March 8, 2016 to address the current state of affairs in the Port of Luka Koper in Koper, Slovenia. This meeting focused on coordination of further actions of support for the dockworkers belonging to the Union of Crane Operators of Koper in Slovenia. The following statement was adopted.
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