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· August, 2009

Stories about Labor from August, 2009

Cambodia: Advice to expats

Jamaica: Bereft of Leadership?

Bangladesh: Justice Denied

Arab World: Welcoming Ramadan

Ramadan is an important month in the Muslim calendar. Bloggers writing in Arabic celebrate the month, already in its first week, in this post, where we share some of the...

Singapore: Taxi driver-blogger is a PhD graduate

He is a Singaporean taxi driver, blogger, and PhD holder from Stanford University. Singapore netizens describe him as the “most educated taxi driver in the world.” His name is Dr....

Barbados: BICO Fire

Lebanon: Missing Syrian Workers

Thailand: Life of bra workers

Algeria: Business as Usual After Chinese Face Off

The influx of Chinese immigrants to Algeria ignited a face off between the immigrants and locals when about 100 residents and migrants clashed, using knives and bludgeons. Bloggers weigh in.

Egyptian translators call for a syndicate

Brunei retirement age now at 60

Vietnam: Drama and social change

Ukraine: Economy Update

Brazil: Fighting contemporary slavery

Modern day slave labour in the Northern and North-eastern States of Brazil is a well known problem. But is slave labour in São Paulo an anomaly? The blogosphere discusses and...

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