Tag Archives: Cambodia

Cambodia: 28 April video message from Carlsberg Union

An international Workers’ Memorial Day message from Kem Mao president of Carlsberg union

Cambodia: 28 April video message from CFSWF

An International Workers’ Memorial Day message from Brother Chorn Chivorn, member of local union CFSWF. #iwmd22

Cambodia: Building and wood workers’ union federation BWI announces 28 April plans

Global building unions’ federation BWI has announced the 28 April plans of its Cambodia affiliate BWTUC.

BWTUC plans to hold a tribute rally and news conference based around the issue of building collapses. They intend to create awareness of the severity of the issue of building collapses in Cambodia and the importance of regulated occupational health and safety during construction projects. BWTUC also wishes to stress  the importance of government work safety laws and policies, and also insists companies that have signed a safety agreements with BWTUC  implement those policies immediately.


Cambodia: Global alliance for healthy and safe workplaces – BWTUC/BWI

Building and Wood Workers Trade Union of Cambodia (BWTUC) signed two Declarations on Healthy and Safe Workplaces today with Thai Boon Roong Cement and Charkrey Ting Cement covering 786 workers!
#SaveLivesAtWork #IWMD21


Cambodia: BWTUC sends global 28 April solidarity greetings

Greetings to all the young workers around the globe. BWTUC Cambodia extends its solidarity to all unions and workers marking the International Workers’ Memorial Day on 28 April. #Lifebeforeprofit #BWI2020IWMD

Cambodia: Building and woodworkers rally to demand action to ban asbestos


Cambodia April 28 Building and Wood Workers Trade Union Confederation rally this morning to remember workers killed through work International Workers Memorial Day and demand action on an asbestos ban in Cambodia and improved OSH #IWMD19 @unionsaustralia @SolidarityCntr @ituc pic.twitter.com/TyPP6BnOxq

Cambodia: BWTUC demands stronger protection for construction workers

On 28 April global construction union federation  Building and Wood Workers’ International (BWI) affiliate BWTUC (Cambodia) will hold a meeting at their head office with around 200 participants. They  will then  march together to the Ministry of Labor and  deliver a letter demanding stronger protections for construction workers.