Oil, Unions and the Struggle for Democracy & Human Rights in Post-Occupation Iraq

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Hassan Juma’a Awad, President of the Iraq Federation of Oil

Unions, will report on the continuing struggle of Iraqi workers for

basic labor rights and to keep Iraq’s oil resources from falling under

the control of multinational oil companies. Iraq’s public sector

workers (including its oil sector) still do not have the legal right to

organize and bargain more than 10 years after the end of the dictatorship.

Admission is free. Donations requested

When: Wednesday September 11, 2013

Time: Reception 6:30PM

Program 7:00PM

Where: United University Church

817 W 34th St.

Los Angeles 90089

Enter parking lot M on the South side of Jefferson Blvd. (traveling east from Vermont),

and drive through to the lot directly behind the church. A short walk from either the

JEFFERSON/USC or the EXPO PARK/USC Stations on the Metro Expo line.

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