Colombia: Claro Refuses to Negotiate with Union in Good Faith, Workers Suffer

July 26, 2013

The AFL-CIO, along with labor and human rights advocates from around the world, opposed the United States-Colombia Trade Agreement, arguing that Colombia was not an appropriate trade agreement partner because of its history of denying workers' rights. The struggle at Claro provides a recent example that freedom of association and the right to collectively bargain continue to be denied.   

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