Minorities speak at the UN: Georgia

Ilona Kochoy, from the Union of Kurdish Youth of Georgia, spoke at the UN Forum on Minority Issues highlighting the situation of Kurdish minorities, with reference to work and social security. To read her full speech, click here. 

“Some of the representatives of the Kurdish community have been fired, as they tried to protest together with the trade unions, which also unfortunately have low level of impact in Georgia. Because of these facts other Kurdish street cleaners having the same problems were afraid to lose their work and stayed silent”

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Date: 15/12/2010

Countries:

Georgia

Categories:

Employment/Unemployment
Law/Legislation
Advocacy

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