The Labor Justice project aims to raise local and international awareness regarding the labor rights situation in Egypt and explore avenues for achieving justice for workers.
CFJ’s approach includes effectively communicating the situation to the international community, including the International Labor Organization (ILO) and relevant UN mechanisms.
This is achieved through monitoring labor market violations in Egypt, highlighting the dynamics of local laws and policies that impact labor rights in relation to international human rights principles and conventions.
The expected outcomes of the project involve engaging the international community, particularly the ILO, to stay informed about the local labor rights situation and contribute to its improvement.
Egypt: CFJ calls for release of workers’ rights defender Sameh Zakaria and an end to pretrial detention for activists
Press Release By: Committee for Justice Geneva: September 13, 2023 The Cairo Criminal Court, held at the Badr Prisons Complex, has renewed the detention of Sameh Zakaria, an employee […]
News briefing By: Committee for Justice (CFJ) Geneva: August 23, 2023 Retired workers from the Iron and Steel Company staged a second protest on Tuesday, August 22, outside the […]
Egypt: Head of the General Authority for Adult Education in Egypt threatens workers with persecution
News briefing by Committee for Justice Geneva: 15 August 2023 CFJ has condemned the threats issued by the head of the executive body of the General Authority for Adult […]
The Committee for Justice (CFJ) stated that workers are the backbone of any economic system and a fundamental element in any political structure. Equal opportunities and justice in the workforce […]