Public Services Labor Independent Confederation (PSLINK)

ECOSOC Status: None
Type: NGO working on Crime
Address: #15 Clarion Lily St.,
St. Dominic Subdivision I,
Brgy. Bahay Toro, Congressional Ave.,
Project 6
Quezon City 1100
Country: Philippines
Region: Southern and Eastern Asia
Website: http://www.pslink.org
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Areas:
  • Anti-Corruption

  • Other:'Trade Union from Philippines'
Short description:
PSLINK is an umbrella organization of 386 public sector unions and has as its vision as a leading partner committed to and a catalyst in the development of a strong, accountable, comprehensive, responsive ,effective and democratic public services and all our activities, advocacies and campaigns revolves around this vision through our more than 80,000 members coming from the local government units, state universities and colleges, national government departments/ministries, government owned and controlled corporations and government financing institutions. PSLINK strongly believes that integrity in governance is the key to addressing poverty and moving the Philippines to sustainable economic growth and prosperity. Everyday, we live and see the devastating effect of corruption, the weakening of democracy, declining public confidence to public institutions, worsening inequality and the unfair accusations and harassments of workers in the public sector to warrant union like PSLINK to put at the center of its advocacy and campaign the fight against corruption using all national and international instruments to win the war against corruption. The signing and ratification of the Philippines government of UNCAC and the global coalition of trade unions and civil society organizations to promote UNCAC and adoption of review mechanism are compelling and galvanizing reasons for PSLINK to consistently aspire and cooperate with local and international efforts to address corruption. PSLINK was accredited as an observer to the second session of the Conference of the State Parties to UNCAC held at the Bali Indonesia on January 28 to February 1, 2008. PSLINK is seeking accreditation for the third session of COSP to present and exchange our views and experiences inlcuding useful strategies.
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