On Wednesday 28th April 2021, 3 pm

The Institute for African Alternatives (IFAA) marks the forthcoming Workers’ Day with a Public Forum that draws attention to the impact of Covid-19 on the future of work and social justice. 

The disruptions created by the pandemic have radically altered the way we see how work is organised and how workers and social movements can mobilise and organise in varied contexts across the continent. The pandemic has also exacerbated inequalities which has had a devastating impact on already fragmented workers movement. 

To deliberate on the challenges and possibilities that arise in this historical moment, IFAA invites you to join us with Prof Evance Kalula (ILO), Paule Ndessomin (IndustriALL Africa), BabaAye (PSI Global) and Saliem Patel (IFWEA).

Register in advance for this meeting: https://cutt.ly/ZvCwjWe

Zoom Meeting Details 

ID: 832 5687 9664

Passcode: 034099

The Panellists

Evance Kalula

Professor Evance Kalula, from Zambia, is the Chairperson of the Governing Body Committee on the freedom of association at the International Labour Organisation. He is a renowned labour law lawyer from the University of Cape Town who has served on numerous international boards and advisory panels, including as the first African President for the World Employment Relations Body (ILERA) from 2012-2015.

Paule France Ndessomin

Paule France Ndessomin is the sub-Saharan Regional Secretary of IndustriALL and international organisation of trade union affiliates which fervently promotes building democratic trade unions and defending workers’ rights.

Baba Aye

Baba Aye is the Public Services International Health and Social Sector Officer. He has an International Masters in Labour Policies & Globalisation. An activist of over three decades, he fights for a better world where development brightens the lives of the many and not just the 1%.

Saliem Patel

Saliem Patel is the Programme Manager for the International Federation of Workers’ Education Associations.  He was previously the director of the Labour Research Service where he conducted research and education for grassroots trade union leaders in South Africa.

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