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· June, 2012

Stories about Labor from June, 2012

Japan: Generational Gap of Hope in Tough Economy

Japan’s younger working generation are leading a very different life from their parents, who prospered in the ‘Bubble Economy’ of the 1980s and 1990s. This generation consumes less, works under...

El Salvador: Citizens of Mejicanos Protest Construction of Walmart Store

Hong Kong: Maid's Toilet and Bedroom

Bolivia: Police Mutiny Over Higher Wages

South Korea: Taxi Drivers’ Mass Strike

Nepal: Justice For Amar Bahadur Bam

Nicaragua: The Continued Struggle to End Child Labor

It hasn't been easy to try and stop child labor in Nicaragua. While some families are seeing value in getting their children educated and are responding to awareness campaigns, for...

Oman: Arrests of Rights Activists Continue

Human Rights activists in Oman are being targeted by authorities amid world silence. Omanis take to their keyboards the keep their struggle alive, writes Mona Kareem, who brings us the...

Mozambique: A train journey tweeted in photos

South Korea: Petitions Signed to Remove a Network TV President

Brazil: Expropriation Approved for Slave Labor Properties

In order to combat slave labor, the Brazilian Congress recently approved Bill 438, which guarantees the immediate expropriation of rural or urban areas, without the right to compensation, where one...

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