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· August, 2010

Stories about Labor from August, 2010

Brazil: Bolivian Immigration in Numbers

South Korea: Extras Went On Strike

Australia: Left Perspectives on Hung Parliament

Thailand: Attitude towards migrant workers

Peru: The Little Girl Drawing on a Street in Huancayo

China: Prostitution, Reality, Hypocrisy and Human Lives

What good does punishing women involved in the sex trade do when the gangs, corporations, and clients are left largely untouched?

Chile: 33 Trapped Miners Are Alive

33 miners trapped inside a collapsed copper and gold mine in northern Chile confirmed on a small note that all of them are alive inside a shelter, thus revitalizing search...

U.S.A.: Russophone Students Blog About Work and Travel Program

Every summer thousands of college students from Russia, Ukraine and other former Soviet countries come to the United States to take part in the Work and Travel USA program. Many...

Mozambique: Discussing Culture of Work in Africa

Japan: Where taking a vacation is a no-no

Lying lazily in the shadow of an umbrella on a beach, being a tourist and wandering around the streets of an unknown city with a guide book in your hands,...

Republic of Congo: Anniversary of 50 Years of Independence Under the Shadow of Unemployment

India: The State Of Online Career Networks

Zimbabwe: Hard questions about xenophobia in Africa

Singapore: Proposal to remove retirement age

Kuwait: Rise in Suicides among Migrant Workers

Bangladesh: Visitors Share Their Thoughts On Grameen Ventures

This summer, eight students and faculty members from the Master of Public Administration program of the Northern Kentucky University in Kentucky, USA are completing an internship at Grameen Bank in...

Indonesia: Labour rights violations

Morocco: Race and Racism

In Morocco, the discussion of race and racism is sometimes taboo. In this post, Jillian C. York sums up the thoughts of several bloggers, in reaction to a post on...

China: Rural migrant workers need love too!

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