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EUROPEAN MARCHES



European network against unemployment, job insecurity and exclusions
002 Belgium
Worldwide Brussels DWDL Decent Work, Decent Life
Campaigning for full and productive employment and decent work for all

The call for action includes seven points for change: decent work, rights, social protection, trade, debt, aid and migration,
003 Belgium

Brussels MOOS Project Making Offshore Outsourcing Sustainable Project
Focusing on the transfer of jobs within the professional and knowledge intensive sectors of the economy

The main focus is on business services and IT-sector jobs moving from Europe to developing economies in Asia, South America and Af
004 Canada ON Southwertern Ontario Hamilton
Drive to Work Hamilton
Journey for Jobs, Journey for Justice

Our caravan of vehicles will travel Ontario's highways and stop in dozens of your communities to drive our message home.
005 Canada ON
Hamilton JPC Jobs Prosperity Collaborative
A community group of leaders who are passionately committed to promoting Hamilton's prosperity through job creation and retention.

To be the best city in Canada to raise a child, promote innovation, engage citizens and provide diverse economic opportunities.
006 Canada ON
Ottawa NAPO / ONAP National Anti-Poverty Organization / Organisation nationale anti-pauvreté
Make the Minimum Wage a Living Wage

Llabour, faith, student, women, anti-poverty and immigrant and visible minority groups working together with provincial coalitions
007 Canada ON Toronto and York Region Toronto
Toronto and York Region Labour Council
$10 Minimum Wage Campaign Launch - 7 minute video - Wednesday January 24th 7:00 p.m.Parkdale Library, 1303 Queen St. West

Ontario needs a raise in its minimum wage to $10. This is the Parkdale launch of the campaign in the city of Toronto.
008 Canada ON Toronto and York Region Toronto
Toronto and York Region Labour Council
A Million Reasons - There's a million reasons to raise the Minimun Wage to $10 an hour

Over one million people in Ontario earn less than $10 an hour, working in jobs where they are underpaid and undervalued.
009 Canada ON Province wide Toronto
Drive To Work
We're a caravan of folks who want to tell and hear the stories behind the statistics. We're travelling through over 50 towns and cities in June, 2009

On the road in Ontario for good jobs, strong public services, and healthy communities
010 Canada ON Province wide Toronto
DRV2WRK
The Drive To Work - Good Jobs, Strong Public Services, and Healthy Communities

On the road to fight for good jobs, strong public services and healthy communities in June 2009
011 Canada ON Greater Toronto Area Toronto
Good Jobs Coalition - A community labour alliance
An alliance of community, labour, social justice, youth and environmental organizations

Our goal is to craft strategies that affirm the values of a truly just society
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012 Canada ON
Toronto
Good Jobs for All Coalition
An alliance of community, labour, social justice, youth and environmental organizations in the Toronto region.

It was formed in 2008 to start a focused dialogue on how to improve living and working conditions in the Greater Toronto Area.
013 Canada ON
Toronto
Talking About Jobs
Let's start talking about jobs during the Ontario election campaign. Here are six ideas to help create good jobs in Ontario. Join the conversation.


014 Canada ON Province wide Toronto OFL Ontario Federation of Labour
Jobs Worth Fighting For campaigns to reverse the unprecedented loss of manufacturing and resources-based jobs

STAY RIGHT ON TOP OF IT WITH THE LATEST COVERAGE | NEWS | MEDIA | EVENTS | FACT SHEETS | WORKERS SPEAK! | CAMPAIGN MATERIALS |
015 Canada ON
Windsor
Our Jobs, Our Future - The Rally for Windsor-Essex Coalition
These are OUR JOBS! These are OUR COMMUNITIES! And we DEMAND a FUTURE!! Our Children Deserve NO LESS!!!

We Are Standing up For Canada's Manufacturing Sector!
016 France Gard Languedoc-Roussillon Alès CACC Collectif d'Action Contre le Chômage d'Alès et des Cévennes



Collective Action Against Unemployment
017 Iraq

Baghdad FWCUI & UUI Federation of Workers' Councils and Unions in Iraq and the Union of Unemployed in Iraq


Multilingual
018 Japan



The Japan FAQ: Know Before You Go


English
019 US AZ
Mesa
Rescue American Jobs
Building the largest American workforce mobilization in history

A non-profit, non-partisan organization working to preserve the economic stability of the American middle class.
020 US CA Northern and Central California Emeryville
California Alliance for Jobs
New Bay Bridge

About the new East Span for the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and the good jobs in the heavy construction industry
021 US DC Nationwide Washington
Good Jobs Nation
Did you know the U.S. Government is America's largest low-wage job creator?

We are workers united to ensure the government helps build a good jobs nation again!
022 US DC
Washington
Apollo Alliance
Good Jobs, Clean Energy

A coalition within the labor, environmental, business, urban and faith communities in support of good jobs and energy independence
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023 US DC
Washington AFL-CIO American Federation of Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations
Show Us the Jobs

Everything you need to get you up to snuff in the fight against America's Jobs Crisis.
024 US DC
Washington AFL-CIO American Federation of Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations WFAI Working for America Institute

To support unions in building high road partnerships with strategies for building good jobs, and strong communities.
025 US DC
Washington AFT American Federation of Teachers CCW Center for the Child Care Workforce

To ensure the early care and education workforce is well-educated, receives better compensation and a voice in their workplace.
026 US DC
Washington CCC Center for Community Change
Strategies for Creating Local Jobs

Low income community organizations can push to make sure that jobs go to community residents.
027 US DC
Washington GJF Good Jobs First



To ensure that subsidized businesses are held accountable for family-wage jobs and other effective results
028 US DC
Washington MWM Million Worker March
Lincoln Memorial October 17, 2004

Uniting Organized Labor, Unorganized Workers, Anti-War and Community Organizations and our Interfaith Allies
029 US DC
Washington MWP Make Work Pay
It's Time To Make Work Pay!

Seeks to unite millions of working people into a movement to restore the American Dream for all of us
030 US GA
Marrietta
Onshore Alternatives
So YOU Can Decide Where Your Money Goes ...

It is time to spend our money supporting companies who value and support Americans.
031 US MI
Detroit
Million Worker March - Detroit, Michigan committee
Aspires to help unite all our struggles into a single coordinated independent force and voice.

It is time to build our own unity as working and unemployed people to claim what is rightfully ours.
032 US MI
Flint CMAD Citizens Marching for the American Dream
American Workers Fighting for American Jobs!


033 US MN
St Paul
Minnesota Million Worker March
Million Worker March for the Twin Cities and Upper Midwest regions

Marchers will protest commercial outsourcing, exploitation of overseas workers, privatization of Social Security, and other things
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034 US NY Erie County Akron
Save American Jobs Association
The mission is to save American jobs, farms and industries.

To accomplish our goal we must educate & recruit individuals who will work to change our federal government's free trade policies.
035 US NY Worldwide New York
Fight for $15
Changing the debate around income inequality, and growing our strikes and rallies to more than 200 cities and 35 countries on 6 continents.


036 US NY NJ NY New York
Million Worker March NY NJ



Listserve for the NY and NJ area including surrounding area.
037 US NY
New York
Antiwar 4 the Million Worker March
Jobs & Workers' Rights - Not War! Bring the Troops Home Now! End the Occupation of Iraq!

New York affiliate of the Million Worker March. Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C, October 17th, 2004
038 US NY
New York GJNY Good Jobs New York



Promotes policies that hold government officials and corporations accountable to the taxpayers
039 US PA
Erie
Worker's Association of Erie
POWER IN NUMBERS ~ UNITED WE STAND

To help provide information and support for working people.
040 US PA
Philadelphia Philly MWM Philadelphia Million Worker March



All interested parties are encouraged to attend our weekly meetings or e-mail us with any and all questions you.
041 US TX
San Antonio
Better Jobs
An Educated and Skilled Local Workforce Means Better Jobs for San Antonio

An economic development based, community-wide initiative to improve the quality of life and raise the standard of living
042 US WA
Seattle UH UNITE HERE SAGE Seattle Alliance for Good Jobs and Housing for Everyone Local 8

043 US WI
Milwaukee AJRC A Job is a Right Campaign



A volunteer organization of labor and community activists that works around a number of issues affecting poor and working people.

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