Building Bridges: Advancing Social Dialogue Through Civil Society – Trade Unions Capacity Building Training.

Today marked a significant milestone as the Somali Congress of Trade Unions (SOCOTU) hosted a crucial event named “Building Bridges: Advancing Social Dialogue through Civil Society – Trade Unions Capacity Building Training.” The initiative focuses on empowering civil society and trade unions, equipping them with vital skills and knowledge to enhance social dialogue.

The event brought together a diverse group of participants, including representatives from SOCOTU affiliates and civil society organizations. The capacity-building training focused on enhancing communication, collaboration, and negotiation skills within these entities. By strengthening these fundamental aspects, SOCOTU aspires to create a more cohesive and effective platform for addressing labor issues and advocating for the rights of workers.

Attendees engaged in interactive sessions, workshops, and discussions led by experts in the field. The training emphasized the importance of constructive dialogue in addressing the challenges faced by workers and promoting a harmonious relationship between labor and employers. SOCOTU’s commitment to advancing social dialogue through this comprehensive training underscores its dedication to creating a more inclusive and equitable work environment for all.

As SOCOTU continues to champion the cause of trade unions and civil society in Somalia, the “Building Bridges” training stands as a testament to the organization’s proactive approach in fostering positive change within the labor landscape. This initiative not only strengthens the capacities of those involved but also paves the way for more impactful collaborations in addressing the evolving needs of the workforce in Somalia and the region.

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