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· April, 2020

Stories about Labor from April, 2020

29 April 2020

In Mexico, relief program ‘insufficient’ to keep 30 million informal workers at home

COVID-19

"If I don't sell, I don't eat. It's that simple."

26 April 2020

‘Clean city-state’ image of Singapore shows double-standards in its treatment of migrants in times of COVID-19

COVID-19

"....even if you do most things right, if you're not considering or proactively looking out for the most vulnerable and marginalised in society, you're not going to effectively fight #COVID19."

23 April 2020

COVID-19 creates more uncertainty for migrant workers in India

COVID-19

The spread of COVID-19 in India leads to economic and geographical displacement of migrant workers.

19 April 2020

For Nepal's migrant and daily wage workers, lockdown is more dangerous than the coronavirus

COVID-19

Domestic daily wage labourers and migrant workers are among those hardest hit by the COVID-19 restrictions imposed in Nepal.

9 April 2020

Cameroon battles COVID-19 alongside separatist war and strained health care system

COVID-19

Cameroon has the highest number of COVID-19 cases in the region. As the virus becomes a reality, citizens must adjust to this new threat amid the ongoing separtist conflict.

8 April 2020

India's COVID-19 lockdown leaves vulnerable populations to fend for themselves

COVID-19

While the government has guaranteed essential services to be exempt from the lockdown, poorer sections of the population have been left in the lurch even in the capital.

2 April 2020

Nigeria’s elite ‘above the law’ as the poor struggle with COVID-19 measures

COVID-19

The majority of Nigeria's poor live by the day in overcrowded and squalid shanties, without running water and modern toilet facilities. They cannot and will not survive a lockdown. 

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