In conversation with Michele O’Neil, Alison Barnes, Hugh de Kretser and Verity Firth on how a human rights focus could ensure a safe, respectful and healthy workplace for all.
If you’ve followed me here for a while, you’ll know I believe if people diagnosed with dementia were not immediately Prescribed Disengagement®️ most people would still be living their own lives, including being employed if younger, for much longer.
‘Workers’ rights are human rights. Human rights are the essential ingredients that we all need to live a decent, dignified life, and the right to work, to just and favourable conditions of work, the right to get together and form a trade union, to undertake trade union activity, the right to strike, the right to collectively bargain, these are essential human rights.’
Hugh de Kretser