Workers' Watch

Workers Watch is a Community-Based Response in Advancing Human Rights and Corporate Ethical Practices in Mindanao answers a relevant need to advance human rights and fundamental freedoms in areas where there is a rapid development expansion, particularly in the island of Mindanao. Philippines

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WW San Carlos called for equality for all, held first GAD Training

The Workers’ Watch San Carlos conducted their first Gender and Development (GAD) Training last October 3, 2021 at the Margarette Business Hotel in Maramag, Bukidnon. Workers’ Watch Project Manager Jeo Olar discussed gender issues by debunking imposed gender roles, analysing the historical context and current socio-political conditions that reinforce gender stereotypes, understanding laws that seek […]

Workers’ Watch Project held 1st Mindanao-wide Labor Standard Training

The Workers’ Watch Project successfully held the 1st Mindanao-wide Labor Standard Training (LST) last September 13 to September 15, 2021 at Bangkal, Davao City. The said training aimed to discuss and understand the workers’ situation in the Philippines, work and International Labour Organization (ILO) supervisory mechanisms, General Labour Standards (GLS), Occupational Safety and Health Standards […]

Statement on the 33rd Death Anniversary of Oscar Bantayan

On October 11, 1988, labor activist Oscar Bantayan, then national council member of the Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU), was gunned down by suspected state forces. He remained a staunch defender of workers’ rights at a time when political repression swept the country. He was relentless in calling to end contractualization, and increase the national minimum […]

The WWP conducted its 1st Mindanao-wide Paralegal Training, committed to strengthen workers’ support group

The Workers’ Watch Project held its 1st Mindanao-wide Paralegal Training last September 28 to September 30 that aimed to train and equip workers’ support group on basic knowledge on paralegal and Philippine legal justice system. Resource persons from the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) and the Workers’ Watch partner organizations were invited to give their […]

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Provide services and support to workers, workers associations and trade unions towards the building of genuine, nationalist labor movement of the working class and the Filipino people.