ILO නඩුකර


  • Case No 2860 (Sri Lanka) – Complaint date: 23-MAY-11Health Sector Trade Union Alliance (HSTUA), Trade Union Confederation (TUC) and Government Nursing Officers Association (GNOA) The complainant organizations allege anti-union discrimination, threats against and transfers of union members and the withdrawal of the facilities previously granted to the President of the GNOA as reprisal for their participation in industrial actions

Follow-up information requested from Governments

Report in which the committee requests to be kept informed of development – Report No 367, March 2013


  • Case No 2519 (Sri Lanka) – Complaint date: 27-SEP-06The Health Services Trade Union Alliance — the Free Trade Zone and General Services Employees Union — the Jathika Sewaka Sangamaya — the Suhada Waraya Sewaka Sangamaya — the United Federation of Labour — the Union of Post and Telecommunication Officers — the Dumriya Podhu Sewaka Sahayogitha Vurthiya Samithiya supported by — the International Textile, Garment and Leather Workers’ Federation (ITGLWF) and — the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) The complainants allege that the Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) refused to negotiate wage increment issues, despite several attempts by the complainants to compel negotiations, including a peaceful “work to rule” action in which 14 trade unions participated. They also allege the filing of a complaint by a third party unconnected to collective bargaining and judicial intervention restricting the right to strike of trade unions
  • Effect given to the recommendations of the committee and the Governing Body – Report No 350, June 2008 ( 203 – 207 )
  • Case No 2380 (Sri Lanka) – Complaint date: 18-MAR-04International Textile, Garment & Leather Workers’ Federation (ITGLWF)The complainant alleges that Workwear Lanka, located in the Biyagama Free Trade Zone, has undertaken a campaign of intimidation and harassment, including the dismissal of 100 workers suspected of trade union membership, in order to prevent its workers from setting up a branch of the Free Trade Zones and General Services Employees Union
  • Case No 2255 (Sri Lanka) – Complaint date: 18-MAR-03The International Textile, Garment & Leather Workers’ Federation (ITGLWF) on behalf of the Ceylon Mercantile Industrial and General Workers’ Union (CMU) The complainant alleges that the Guidelines for the Formation and Operation of Employees’ Councils issued by the Board of Investment (BOI) which is the overseeing public authority in free trade zones, hamper the creation of free and independent trade unions and prevent them from exercising the right to bargain collectively for five reasons: (a) they require trade unions and employees’ councils to compete for collective bargaining rights; (b) they do not guarantee free elections for employees’ councils; (c) they do not safeguard the independence of employees’ councils vis-à-vis the employer; (d) they provide employees’ councils with favourable treatment which could influence the choice of workers as to which organization they wish to represent them; and (e) they set up a special regime for the resolution of industrial disputes under the authority of the BOI instead of the competent labour authorities
  • Case No 1621 (Sri Lanka) – Complaint date: 12-DEC-91The International Textile, Garment and Leather Workers’ Federation (ITGLWF), the International Union of Food and Allied Workers’ Associations (IUF) and the Ceylon Mercantile, Industrial and General Workers’ Union (CMU)

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