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· April, 2009

Stories about Labor from April, 2009

Malaysia: Humans as Commodities

In early 2009, Malaysia had the dubious privilege of being investigated by the US senate for the trafficking of humans. News reports stated that the migrants involved were mostly from...

Egypt's First Independent Union Formed

Egypt's real estate tax collectors have formed their first independent trade union since 1957. In addition to local recognition, the union has won international legitimacy after being accepted in the...

St. Lucia: Ideas on the Strike

Czech Republic: Blog Roundup

Qatar: Video of Unpaid Workers Sparks Debate

The harsh realities facing migrant workers in Qatar was at the centre of a discussion on Qatar Living after an Al Jazeera English report highlighted their plight recently. The video...

Japan: Tunisians in Japan

China: Labour net launched

Russia: Baymurat (aka Jimmy) Singing Bollywood Song

Maldives: The Benefits Of Not Joining ILO

Unemployment in Singapore

Global crisis affects Cambodian migrant workers

Global Recession: The world is talking. Are we listening?

There is no lack of online articles about the various aspects of the global economic crisis. Many of them are written by economic experts and policymakers. What about the perspectives...

Bangladesh: A Change Is Coming

Morocco: Transport Strikes Leaves Morocco Crippled

Over the past week, a taxi strike across Morocco has left the country nearly immobile. Although Morocco has a decent train system and network of buses, many Moroccans - particularly...

Bangladesh: Photo Essay On Child Labour

Qatar, Dubai: Responding To British Media “Bashing”

In recent weeks reports in the British media about the Gulf states of Qatar, and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, have provoked debate amongst bloggers in both places.

Egypt: Industrial Tweeting

Bahamas: A Free Society?

Philippines: Alternative to layoffs

Dominica, Bahamas: Rastafari

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