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· November, 2009

Stories about Labor from November, 2009

Egypt: Spotlight on Zabbaleen

Singapore: Middle Class and recession

Singapore: Illegal employment termination

Difference between Japanese and American Résumés

Japan: Images of Minanamata Disease

Poland: Online Campaigning for the Rights of Employees

Sylwia Presley writes about the plight of and online campaigning by a group Polish citizens who work for IKEA via another, smaller, company called Solid Security: they claim to be...

Japan: When an Employee Catches H1N1

Peru: Blind Lawyer Strives to Be Judge

Peruvian lawyer Edwin Béjar Rojas' goal of becoming a judge had been interrupted by National Council of the Magistracy, who rejected his candidacy because of his visual impairment and refused...

Trinidad & Tobago: Will The Performing Arts Centre Perform?

The construction of Trinidad and Tobago's new National Academy for the Performing Arts has been controversial, but despite the obstacles, the academy was opened earlier this week, soliciting reactions from...

Uzbekistan: Thank you, cotton-growers!

China: The worker struggle

Russia: Potential for Rebellion in Toliatti

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