Kenya - Government intervention needed to stop union busting in Kenya

On 9 December 2020, Education International issued a resolution calling calling on the government of Kenya to urge the Teachers Service Commission (TSC), the national employer authority in education, to desist from a campaign of discrimination against the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT). The government must urge the TSC to respect international conventions as well as the country’s relevant court decisions and parliamentary decisions.
In a prolonged anti-union campaign, the TSC has discriminated against members of the KNUT, denied coverage of the collective bargaining agreement to members, and deprived the union of member fees.
This systematic attack against the KNUT has decimated union membership and hindered the trade unions’ capacity to represent members. In addition, the TSC is attempting to revoke a trade union recognition agreement signed in 1968.

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