SAG-AFTRA Signs Cooperative Pact With Mexico Performers Union

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SAG-AFTRA and Mexico’s performers union have signed what they’re calling an “historic cooperative agreement” in which they’ve pledged to consider joint bargaining in areas of mutual interest. The agreement with the Asociación Nacional de Actores (Anda) was announced today at SAG-aftra’s biennial convention in Los Angeles.

“We are honored and privileged to stand strong with Anda, an important leader in the Latin American labor community,” said SAG-aftra President Gabrielle Carteris, “Their top leaders joined us today to sign a historic agreement designed for this new era of cross-border and multilingual production, pledging to consider joint bargaining in appropriate areas, such as Spanish-language dubbing.”

Anda’s General Secretary Jesús Ochoa, Secretary of Interior and Exterior Marco Treviño, and Secretary of Labor Alejandro Calva participated in the signing. The agreement includes provisions for collaboration on contract and rule enforcement, organizing, and technology initiatives.

David White, SAG-aftra’s national executive director,
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