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· January, 2008

Stories about Labor from January, 2008

Poland, Scotland: Wojtek the Polish War Hero Bear

Czech Republic, Serbia: Embassy Corruption

Anguilla, China: Illegal foreign labour?

Bahrain: Are Gulf Arabs Lazy?

Earlier this week the Bahraini Labour Minister Majid Al Alawi was interviewed in the pan-Arab newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat, and in the interview he said that the Gulf was facing an...

South Korea: Cry from a Nepalese Migrant Worker

UAE: Investing in Employees

Poland, Ukraine: Border Crisis

Kazakhstan: More Turkish-Kazakh Violence

Barbados: Impact of CSME

Kuwait: 42pc Women in Labour Force

Hong Kong: Retraining 15 Years Old?

China: A net campaign for the parents of slaves

A net campaign has been launched to aid the forgotten victims in the 2007 Chinese slave scandal--- the parents of the kiln workers. They share the pain of their children,...

Poland, Ukraine: The Border

Brazil: Brazilian Landless Workers Movement turns 24

Sri Lanka: Indian Labour

Bahrain: Conditions of Migrant Workers

Ukraine: A Porous Border

Ukrainian news site posted a translation of a Sunday Times story on Ukraine's porous borders and illegal migration. The English-language original has received 16 reader comments so far, the...

China: Women at The Wheel

Jamaica: Misdirected Gratitude?

Hong Kong: Worker Union is Equal to Triad?

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