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Philippines belongs to 10 ‘worst’ countries for workers in 2020


The Philippines is among the top 10 dangerous places for workers in 2020. 

The 2020 Global Rights Index by the International Trade Union Confederation also includes Bangladesh, Brazil, Colombia, Egypt, Honduras, India, Kazakhstan, Turkey, and Zimbabwe. 

The survey showed the world’s worst countries for workers by rating 139 countries based on the following criteria:

-No gurantee of rights due to the breakdown of the rule of law (5+)

-No guarantee of rights (5)

-Systematic violation of rights (4)

-Regular violation of rights (3)

-Repeated violation of rights (2)

-Irregular violation of rights (1)

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