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· April, 2012

Stories about Labor from April, 2012

Iran: Street Sweeper Finds and Returns $500,000

An Iranian street sweeper named Ahmad Rabani found 1 billion Toman (about $570,000 US dollars) and returned it to the owner. As thanks, he received a 200,000 Toman ($120 US...

India: The Hand Drawn Rickshaws in Kolkata

Bulgaria: Penalty For Getting Pregnant

South Korea: Youtube Video Accusing Samsung of Labor Workers Death

Tunisia: Police Clash with Jobless Protestors in Radès

On April 13 police clashed with a group of young protestors from Cité El Mallaha in the port of Radès, just south of the capital Tunis. The protesters were staging...

Czech Republic, Ukraine: Migrant Domestic Workers’ Rights

Spain: Images of Police Brutality During General Strike

On the day of the General Strike on March 29, there were numerous moments of tension, especially in the city of Barcelona where riot police clashed with protesters. In the...

Portugal: Police Prevents Workers From Writing a Banner for the General Strike

Brazil: Contemporary Slavery and Proposals to Fight the Practice

Although the practice of exercising the right of property over other human beings was abolished in Brazil in 1888 with the signing of the Golden Law, in practice, exploitation of...

China: Talking with a Female Massage Worker

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