Workers are prevented from organising by capitalists and governments globally. By keeping us unorganised, they can pay us less, make us work harder, and make more profits for themselves. We face fines, dismissals, beatings, rapes and even murder. Many labour activists end up in jail because of their organising activities. By keeping us weak, they can increase casualisation and contracting out. That is why we fight against precarious work. That is why we fight against trade union repression. Join in the global day against trade union repression on Monday 16 of November.