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· June, 2009

Stories about Labor from June, 2009

China's Stimulus Package and its Effect

China: A migrant worker strikes back

Thailand: Thousands affected by train strike

Thousands of passengers were affected by the two-day nationwide train strike launched by employees of the State Railway of Thailand. The workers were protesting a cabinet resolution which they claim...

Russia: “Summer in Saratov”

Philippines, Hong Kong: Swine flu and racial profiling

UK: Romanians Attacked in Belfast

Bangladesh: Using Child Labor In Political Processions

Russia: “The Vyatlag Archipelago”

Croatia: Farmers’ Protests

Latin America: The Problem of Child Labor – Part II

Child labor is a sad reality in Latin America, and often many residents throughout the region become so used to seeing working children that they don't even realize it. Awareness...

Latin America: The Problem of Child Labor – Part I

Child labor is a sad reality in Latin America, and often many residents throughout the region become so used to seeing working children that they don't even realize it. Awareness...

Russia: Gastarbeiters’ Incomes Down

Ecuador: Evaluating Public School Teachers

The reform of the educational system in Ecuador has been a goal of the current government, and now it has its sights on the performance of the public school teachers...

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