With the accompaniment of ILO and FIFA, the Minister of LaborGloria Inés Ramírez, listened to the different positions of the representatives of the Major Division of Colombian Soccer, Dimayor and of the Colombian Association of Professional Soccer PlayersAcolfutpro.
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At the meeting, clarifications were made to find possible solutions to the complaint filed by the Unitary Confederation of Workers (CUT)as representatives of the trade union organizations of football players before the Committee on Freedom of Association of the ILOwhich seeks collective bargaining in the sector.
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The headline of the labor portfolioaccurate: “It must be said that it is a voluntary work group, taking a path of conciliation, looking for the alternative of social dialogue to find a way out of the conflict”.
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The spirit of this meeting has been very important, he said: “In this tripartite meeting we have worked on a route that allows us to solve this situation in an amicable way and working, of course, on everything that has to do with this legal aspect, but also on the right to freedom of association, association and to unleash what is the path employer or employer with which you have to respond to the list of requests that have been placed by the associations of the different soccer players in the country, in addition to their well-being and their guarantees of collective bargaining”.
“We have stayed on this route and after some good interventions from the different parties clarifying what the problems are, the access barriers, a new meeting has been arranged for February 17, where we will have the support of the ILO, FIFA and they will seek to have representation of the clubs ”, added.
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The meeting was also attended by secretariat from the ILO Committee on Freedom of Association, Xavier Beaudonnet; for acolfutpro, Carlos González, Luis García and Carlos Guarnizo, from the CUT, Francisco Maltés; for Dimayor, Lorena Novoa and for the Colombian Football Federation, Andrés Tamayo; in addition to the Vice Minister of Labor Relations and Inspection, Edwin Palma; the head of the Cooperation Office and International Relations, Gloria Beatriz Gaviria and the director of Fundamental Rights, Juan Nicolás Escandón.