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· July, 2011

Stories about Labor from July, 2011

Chile: Starbucks Employees on Hunger Strike

Trinidad & Tobago: National Strike on the Horizon?

Cambodia: #camlabor hashtag

Philippines: Photos of fishing village

Factory Closing in South China

Singapore: Manager is now a taxi driver

Laos: Vientiane Career Fair

Uzbekistan: World-known brands to denounce child labor

Ukraine: Why Volunteer?

South Korea: Skin Problems Occurred by Tear Gas Solution

Indonesia: Rage Over Death of Maid in Saudi

Indonesians reacted strongly when it was reported that Ruyati, 54, a migrant worker from West Java, was beheaded in Saudi Arabia last month. The woman was found guilty of killing...

Brazil: Report Reveals Unsustainable Practices of Biofuel Industry

Though biofuel has been acclaimed as the best exit for the world’s struggle for energy resource and a 'green' alternative which can reduce carbon emission, a recent study by the...

Hungary: Public Media Job Cuts

Chile: Former Presidential Candidate Accused of ‘Enslaving’ Employees

Chilean television network Canal 13 has aired a documentary in its program 'Contacto' in which they denounce the bad conditions in which Paraguayan immigrants work in former presidential candidate Francisco...

Ukraine: Pension Reform; Multiple Voting by MPs

Russia: Orenburg Migrant Workers

Argentina: President Signs Decree to Ban Sex Ads in Newspapers

East Timor: Urging Proper Investigation on Child Labor

South Korea:Hanjin Labor Workers’ Struggle Intensifies

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