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Panama: Sindicato Gremial de Trabajadoras y Trabajadores del Servicio Doméstico y Similares (SINGRETRADS)

by IDWFED published Jul 08, 2019 12:00 AM
Panama: Sindicato Gremial de Trabajadoras y Trabajadores del Servicio Doméstico y Similares (SINGRETRADS)
Street Address Balboa Ancon, calle Bonaparte wyse casa2490
Phone Number 314-1614
Fax Number
Email ys04698@gmail.com
Website
Type Trade Union
Number of Male Members
Number of Female Members
Members Pay Fees
Maintains Register of Fees Paid
Year Established 2018

Objectives

The General objective of SINGRETRADS is the study and improvement, protection and defense of the economic and social interests of domestic workers and similar activities, therefore it is also committed that its actions are aimed at:

1. Defend the rights and stability of the work of affiliates and affiliates
2.organize and improve working conditions
3.Improve the quality of economic, social and moral life Domestic workers, similar activities and related, also promoting union training

The SINGRETRADS is recognized as a union of the working class and promotes principles such as solidarity among the working class, union unity, equality and equity, in addition to promoting values such as democracy, transparency and coherence in the actions indicated

History

It was born because of the need to enforce our rights as domestic workers, the ratification of the agreement 189 that we carried out in the Network of Women Workers of Panama, made up of seven workers' unions in which we had first set up women.

The different centers agreed that, we had to do that the governor of turn ratify the agreement and once ratified we gave ourselves the task of talking with each one until we completed forty compañeras for the creation of the union since by law they must be forty , the union is now created, we have to work so that it grows its deserved for improvements of our rights as workers.