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Unpacking US-Brazil Partnership for Workers’ Right

32:00November 16, 2023

In this episode, host Bruna Santos talks to labor lawyer Stanley Gacek about the new Partnership for Workers’ Rights between the US and Brazil. Announced at the 2023 UN General Assembly, the accord aims to promote higher standards and strengthen protections for workers in key sectors of both countries. Gacek provides an insider’s look at the partnership’s origins, goals, and potential impact on empowering unions and improving labor conditions in the US and Brazil.

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