just transition requires dialogue and proactive planning among workers, employers, governments, communities, and civil society
Ghana government must end policies that promote the exploitation and Implement policies to ensure that all women and young people have access to decent work, including by enacting legal protections to provide security in the workplace, social protection for workers rights, and participate in decision-making that affects their lives;
We must avert climate disaster and destructive inequality by building a new model of sustainable transport.
We must combat youth unemployment and campaign to ensure that existing gender, racial-ethnic, religious, political, and industrial abuse, discrimination, and exploitation are not perpetuated or intensified.
Public ownership, public investment, democracy, and decent work must be at the heart of a union-led just transition for transport.