• March 2020 NLG Labor and Employment Committee Cuba Delegation & Labor Rights Conference

    The Association of American Jurists (AAJ) and Association of Latin American Labor Lawyers (ALAL) invite labor and employment professionals to the: 21st annual bilateral professional research project, followed by 14th International Conference on Labor Rights in Cuba Approximate Dates: March 7-15, 2020 Endorsed by: The National Lawyers Guild Labor and Employment Committee The Labor Law […]

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  • NLG Statement in Solidarity with the People of Chile

    (En Español abajo) The National Lawyers Guild (NLG) of the United States expresses its solidarity with the Chilean people and strongly condemns the brutal repression with which the government of Chilean President Piñera is responding to the people’s demands for democracy and economic justice. We express our support for our sister organization, the Association of […]

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  • IC/LEC CLE Registration for Law for the People 2019: Human Rights for the People: The Gig Economy, Precarity and the Right to Healthcare

    Human Rights for the People: The Gig Economy, Precarity and the Right to Healthcare Thursday, October 17 1 pm to 5 pm at the Law for the People Convention 21c Museum Hotel Durham 111 Corcoran Street, Durham, North Carolina This CLE is being presented by the National Lawyers Guild’s International Committee and Labor and Employment […]

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  • Urgent action: 12/10 Deadline to Comment on Trump’s Public Charge Regulations!

    We are republishing the following action alert and encourage all to take part. the deadline for comments is 12/10 — this Monday! And you can easily transmit your comment by clicking on the link below or via protectingimmigrantfamilies.org website. The Trump administration is continuing its destructive efforts to vilify immigrants. The administration has proposed a new “Public Charge” regulation that would block […]

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  • March 2019 NLG Labor and Employment Committee Research Delegation to Cuba – Brochure and Information

    Save the Date: March 15-24, 2019 20th Anniversary Cuba Research Delegation and 12th International Conference on Labor Rights (dates are approximate) More information in our 2019 Brochure. The National Lawyers Guild Labor & Employment Committee serves as program consultant to Marazul Charters, a licensed travel service provider, on an annual research program in Cuba.  The program consists of an […]

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  • NYC, June 12: “Couscous – Seeds of Dignity” Film Screening and Discussion

    Tuesday, June 12 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm Verso’s Brooklyn Loft 20 Jay Street, Ste 1010 Brooklyn, NY Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/367103263777711/ We are delighted to invite you for a film screening and an evening discussion of Habib Ayeb’s “Couscous: Seeds of Dignity”. This award-winning documentary focuses on the political, social, economic and ecological conditions of cereal […]

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  • International Days of Action to Free the Maruti 13. The Struggle is Global!

    The Provisional Working Committee of Maruti Suzuki Workers Union (Haryana, India) have called for International Days of Protest on April 4th & 5th. (See below). Call your local Indian Embassy! Email & Use Social Media! Let the Indian government know that we demand the Release of the #Maruti13! Join the Facebook page for the protest: https://www.facebook.com/events/252366611893421/ […]

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  • NLG International Calls for Release of Maruti Suzuki Auto Workers (India)

    On March 16th the National Lawyers Guild International sent a letter to the Indian Ambassador to the United States, Mr. Navtej Sarana urging the Indian government to take immediate action to save the lives of 13 Auto Workers from the Maruti Suzuki Factory. “We urge you to take immediate action to save the lives of […]

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  • Public Sector Workers in the Crosshairs of International Capital: Workshop Documents and Materials

    The International Labor Justice Working Group presented a workshop on “Public Sector Workers in the Crosshairs of International Capital: Resisting Austerity and Fighting for our Human Rights to Organize, Bargain Collectively and Strike” at the NLG’s San Juan convention on October 26, 2013. The speakers in this workshop, from Puerto Rico, Canada and Cuba, analyzed […]

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  • Letters supporting labor rights submitted to Mexican High Commissioner

    On Wednesday, November 24, 2010, a press conference was organized in Mexico City to announce the submission of 51 letters from prominent labor and human rights organizations, law firms, law professors and judges, requesting intervention in order to ensure a meaningful harmonization of national legislation with the international commitments assumed by Mexico in the area […]

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