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· November, 2011

Stories about Labor from November, 2011

Cambodia: Law on Prison Labor

Japan: I am Isolated in My Workplace

A poignant cry in the form of an anonymous entry: a blogger's struggles to find a place for himself in his workplace.

Japan: Coworking Magazine Launched

“Let Us Dream”: Demonstrating Against Unified Job Hunting in Japan

On Labor Day, students gathered in Tokyo and Kyoto to rally against the practices of job hunting for fresh graduates.

Portugal: A Peek into a Day of General Strike

India: The Decade Of Maids

Mozambique: More striking security guards

Chile: Domestic Workers Protest Demanding Dignity at Work

Peru: Rain Causes Flooding in Iquitos

Israel: Netanyahu Threatens to Replace Interns with Indian Doctors

After months of protests, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suggested replacing medical interns with foreign labor contractors from India if an agreement can not be reached with them. Interns react...

Trinidad & Tobago: Government & Gangs

China: Nanjing sanitation workers on strike

Trinidad & Tobago: Fight at Project Launch

Sri Lanka: Perils Of Promising Jobs

Bermuda, St. Lucia: Slavery Footprint & Slave Trade Memorial

Taiwan: Netizens React to Diplomat Accused of Abusing Domestic Labor

Thanks to slow, reluctant legislators, and “some” – or I should say “many” – cruel employers, Taiwan has a notoriously bad record of mistreating foreign labor. However, this time an inconvenient...

Peru: Over 30 People Injured in Farmer's Strike in Andahuaylas

Peru: Protests Against ‘Conga’ Mining Project in Cajamarca

Uruguay's Unemployed Youth

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