“My Labour Rights” | Nafas LGBTI

“My Labour Rights” announces an open call for participation.

As it is stated in Article 35 of the Constitution of the Republic of Azerbaijan, everyone has the right to work under safe and secure conditions without discrimination. But how does this apply in reality of our community? How can we protect our labour rights in the labour market?

To find answers to these questions, we invite you to the training session “My Labour Rights” organised by Rauf Heydarov’s initiative. Hurry up to register.

The training will consist of two parts:

  • The first part theoretical information
  • Coffee break
  • The second part practical application of the theoretical part

Trainer: Vafa Rustam – expert in women’s rights

Date: April 8th

Time: 17:00 – 20:00

Venue: Sat Plaza, Baku Community Space

To register follow the link.

This project is one of the winners of the small grants competition held within the framework of the “LGBTI+s demand: mental health and justice” programme of Nafas LGBTI Azerbaijan Alliance.

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