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Jean-Claude Brau: "Decent Work in the Bible"
Latest issue of WMCW INFOR
Download the latest issue of INFOR, a publication of the WMCW
ECWM Seminar 2019 in Ostend: "A dignified life for EVERYONE in the digital age!"
Cardinal Turkson brought a Message of Pope Francis to the ILO in Geneva for its 100th anniversary
Europe: For the sake of our common home
ECWM Statement on European Elections - 2019 (long version)
European Christian Worker Movement Statement in the International Day of Free Sunday (3rd March)
The ECWM takes part in the VIIth European Social Week in Milan
ECWM Statement on European Elections - May 2019
Participation of ECWM to the COMECE Conference: "Building the future of work. A faith-based contribution to the initiative for the centenary of the ILO"
ECWM Yearly Seminar in Birmingham, UK: "Digital work - working anytime, anywhere - impact on workers and their families"
MCW England: "Unworkable workplaces" - New issue of MCW Review
On the website of WMCW
World Movement of Christian Workers - Home
18 January 2020
Website of the World Movement of Christian Workers - Site Web du Mouvement Mondial de Travailleurs Chrétiens - Página web del Movimiento Mundial de Trabajadores Cristianos
Social justice is the true continuity of Christmas
International Migrants' Day on Dec. 18th: "Decent Work for All Migrant Workers"
Special INFOR issued on the occasion of the 50 years of history of WMCW
October 7th, 2019: World Day of Action for Decent Work
WMCW STATEMENT - INTERNATIONAL LABOUR AY- 1st MAY
8th MARCH, 2019: "Before being a Woman, a Woman is a Human Being"
Solidarity message: December 18th, International Day of Migrant Workers
7th October 2018: WMCW Message on the World Day of Action for Decent Work
Tripartism Plus - Rethinking Social Dialogue in Times of Globalisation and Informalisation