Pyongyang, December 5 (KCNA) — Thirteen labor and social organizations of south Korea including the Solidarity for Abolition of Instable Labor formed a joint measure committee for the full-time employment of part-time teachers on Nov. 30, according to Chamsesang, a south Korean internet newspaper.
The joint measure committee held a press conference in demand of the full-time employment of part-time teachers.
Speakers there stressed that the full-time employment is a starting point for ensuring equality in the educational field.
They thrust a document demanding the elimination of discrimination against part-time teachers to the puppet Human Rights Committee.
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