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· July, 2009

Stories about Labor from July, 2009

Cuba: Political Prisoners

Situation of Indonesian farmers

Jamaica: Gladys Bustamante Passes On

China: How Buildings Are Built In Shenzhen

Bangladesh, South Korea: Bandhobi, Addressing Migrant Workers’ Issues

Bangladeshi blogger Fahmidul Haque introduces us [bn] to a Korean Movie which features the love between a Bangladeshi migrant worker and a South Korean teenager girl and addresses migrant workers'...

Philippines: Underwear protest

Bangladesh: Practice of child labour

Brazil: Amnesty for illegal immigrants sparks hope and controversy

A new amnesty for illegal immigrants has just become law in Brazil, benefiting between 50,000 and 200,000 people. The hope is that the amnesty will bring at least better working...

Philippines: Protest of KFC workers

Japan: Unemployment in Japan by Region

Philippines: Testimony of a worker with HIV

Taiwan: Call for Reduced Sentence of a Chinese Worker

Bahrain: Having Respect For Yourself

Latvia: The one-way street of economic crisis

Bahrain, Oman: The Lives Of Migrant Workers

Migrant workers, the majority from South Asia, form a large part of the population in the countries of the Gulf. In this post we hear the experience of two individuals...

Ghana: Bloggers Discuss Business Process Outsourcing

Few know that A.T.Kearney rated Ghana as sub-Saharan Africa's number one Business Process Outsourcing destination in 2005 and, as of June 2009, the nation’s achievements in this field look set...

Trinidad & Tobago: Alutrint Accounts

Japan: Aokigahara and Suicide

Japan: Implications of the Population Crisis

Bermuda: New Hotel

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