Construction workers in the Dominican Republic
On the 18th of
According to FENTICOMMC, a BWI affiliate, this would be a clear violation of the national law as well as the ILO Convention 102 on Social Security and ILO Convention 167 on Safety and Health in Construction. The legislative initiative intends to curtail construction workers' social security rights, "who since 1986, have been building a social protection regime according to international conventions that the Dominican nation has signed in matter of social security", according to Pedro Julio Alcántara, General Secretary of the National Federation of Construction, Wood and Building Materials Workers, FENTICOMMC.
The BWI is supporting the struggle to save the social security system in the Dominican Republic and