TRADE UNION CONGRESS OF THE PHILIPPINES (TUCP) List of Activities

 

Title: TRADE UNION CONGRESS OF THE PHILIPPINES (TUCP) List of Activities
Classification: Activity
Organization: TRADE UNION CONGRESS OF THE PHILIPPINES
Start Date: 2005-00-00
End Date: 2008-00-00
Details:


Activities

  • Conducted research through: (i) Baseline Survey on the RH KAPP of Informal Sector; (ii) End line Survey; and (ii) An Operations Research for a Better Understanding and Information on HIV and AIDS Among Workers in the Informal Sector (Survey on the risks and vulnerabilities of Informal Sector Workers to HIV and AIDS and FGD on the status of HIV and AIDS service delivery for the informal Sector Workers.
  • Adoption of a Trade Union Policy and Action Plan for 400,000 workers and Yearly Conference to review  Core Programs and Projects 
  • Promotion of HIV and AIDS Programs and Policies on Workplaces through collective bargaining

          - Negotiation for HIV and AIDS provisions on the Collective Bargaining Units

          - Advocacy by unions within companies to adopt HIV and AIDS Programs and Services

          - National Advocacy for HIV and AIDS program in the workplace (in partnership with other trade unions and               stakeholders)

          - Inclusion on HIV and AIDS as part of Occupational Safety and Health Programs

  • Intensifying Advocacy for Family Planning and Reproductive Health at the Workplace

          - RH Advocacy on Board (Education Sessions for domestic seafarers done aboard their domestic voyages)

          - Inter-active discussion Sessions on STI to include HIV and AIDS (conducted by the trained YAPEs)

          - Week-end Seminars for Workers

          - RHAPWID on Air (DYLA) – weekly radio program aired in Visayas and Mindanao discussing issues on                     Reproductive Health

          - Training of Young Adult Peer Educators (YAPEs) (4 Batches); Training for Union CBA Negotiators

          - Service Provision – STIC detection and Management to include counselling, motivation of contraceptive                 users to include condom use (Union – run Family Welfare Clinics, TUCP Family welfare Clinics, Referral                   networks)

  • Promoting Family Planning & Reproductive at the Workplace through Public-Private Partnership

          - RH Advocacy on Board (Education Sessions for domestic seafarers done aboard their domestic voyages);               Company level education sessions

          - RH Leadership Training of Shop Stewards

          - Service Provision – STIC detection and Management to include counselling, motivation of contraceptive                 users to include condom use (Union – run Family Welfare Clinics, TUCP Family welfare Clinics, Referral                   networks)

          - RH and HIV and AIDS program as Corporate Social Responsibility

  • HIV and AIDS @Work: Strengthening the Peer Education Program in Workplaces  

          - Development of the “Training Manual for Peer Educators on HIV and AIDS at the Workplace”

          - Training on HIV and AIDS Peer Education at the Workplace (2 batches)

          - In-plant HIV and AIDS Education Sessions  by the trained HIV and AIDS Peer Educators (15 sessions

  • HIV and AIDS Prevention and Control@Work: Reaching-out to the Sunshine Industry  

          - Orientation Session on Prevention and Control: HIV and AIDS In the Workplace (30+ sessions)

  • Engagement with CSOs:

          - Creation of “Five (5) Regional RH Coalitions” that advocates for Reproductive Health Programs in the                   Workplace

          - Technical Assistance and dialogues with Companies in implementing HIV and AIDS program in the                       workplace

          - Technical Assistance to Unions in promoting HIV and AIDS programs in the workplace

          - Tri-partite Discussions on Workplace HIV and AIDS Advocacy

          - National Tripartite Workshop on HIV and AIDS in the World of Work

          - Local Representation – ICHRM, AIDS Conference, WAD, ICM

          - International Representation - Meeting of the ASEAN Labour Ministries Focal Points on HIV Prevention and             Control at the Workplace, International Symposium "Fighting. Against HIV AND AIDS at Workplace"

  • Mainstreaming of human rights through:

          - Adoption of the ILO Code of Practice

          - Advocacy for the adoption of an ILO Recommendation on HIV and AIDS in the 2009 International Labour               Conference

          - Recommended the inclusion of anti-discrimination clauses on the provisions for HIV and AIDS programs               and services in Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBAs). 

Donor: ----
Funding Sum: ----
AIDS Spending Category: Programme management and administration
AIDS Spending Subcategory: Operations research
Beneficiary Population Type: People living with HIV
Beneficiary Population(s): People living with HIV not-disaggregated by age or gender
Estimated Population Size: ----
Province(s): METRO MANILA
City/Town(s): QUEZON CITY

 

 

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