The second of the "International Training on Trade Unionism and Social Policy Certificate Program" has begun in Ankara by participating with 25 different confederations from 23 different countries. Today they came together in the welcome brunch with the President of the Memur-Sen. In the program, addressing the participants Mr. Yalçın said that "If we provide justice in the distribution of income, most tragedies like wars, conflicts etc. in the world will be removed. He also said that the happiness of the world is actually going through our struggle."
A meet and greet program was organized for the second of the "International Training on Trade Unionism and Social Policy Certificate Program", which started last week led by Memur-Sen and TODAİE. Addressing the participants here, Mr. Yalçın emphasized the importance of the labour and drew attention to the fact that the colour of the sweat is the same in every region.
Mr. Yalçın also added that the main objective of the training is to share knowledge and experience on trade unionism and social policy and to discuss the ways and means for overcoming common challenges and problems by developing joint projects and initiatives among different stakeholders and establishing a knowledge network among participants for sustainable cooperation and collaboration in the future.
Underlining that they are working to ensure that distribution of income is fair in the world, Yalçın said, "If we provide justice in the distribution of income, most tragedies in the world will be removed. He also said that the happiness of the world is actually going through our struggle."
At the end of his speech, Yalçın thanked to the director-general of the TODAİE Prf. Dr. Onur Ender Aslan.
Later-on TODAİE Director-General Aslan delivered his welcome speech. Drawing attention to the importance of trade union accumulation and civil society sharing, Aslan said, "We will meet each other better with the trainings and we will perform here for a month. We are always pleased to share our knowledges and experiences."