If your union allowed retired workers, or workers who were fired from their jobs, to be members -- would your government delegalise your union?
That's exactly what's happening in South Korea, where both the government employees union and the teachers' union face the imminent threat of deregistration.
The teachers have been given until October 23 to change their constitution or else face delegalisation.
This is a flagrant violation of international labour standards and represents yet another attempt by the South Korean government to break public sector unions.
They will not succeed.
The Education International, representing teachers unions around the world, together with Public Services International, the International Trade Union Confederation and three Korean unions have called for a massive global online campaign of protest.
This is very urgent -- if we don't act, the Korean teachers will no longer have a legal trade union by October 23.
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Let's send thousands of messages today to the South Korean president and let's stop the attempt to crush public sector unions.