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14 November 2019

Germany: 1,300 flights grounded after flight attendants strike over union's legal status

Author: Marty Johnson, The Hill

"Airline Lufthansa grounds 1,300 flights due to massive worker strike", 7 November 2019...

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14 November 2019

IndustriALL & Inditex renew agreement with formation of union committee to promote freedom of association

Author: IndustriALL

"IndustriALL and Inditex create a global union committee,", 13 November 2019...

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13 November 2019
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Author: Agencia de Información Laboral, AIL-ENS (Colombia)

“Las 10 razones del paro nacional del 21 de noviembre” – 8 de noviembre de 2019...

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13 November 2019

India: Contractual workers strike at Honda plant after workers sent on 'indefinite leave'

In November 2019, approximately 2,000 workers at a Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) plant in Manesar went on strike, after nearly 300 contractual workers were asked to go on indefinite leave. Workers said the company had drawn a list of 650 w...

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13 November 2019

Mcdonalds workers strike on 'global day of action' demanding higher wages & secure contracts

Author: James Hockaday, Metro

"Striking McDonald’s staff demanding £15 an hour say they want Labour government", 12 November 2019...

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13 November 2019

Mcdonalds workers strike on 'global day of action' demanding higher wages & secure contracts

Author: James Hockaday, Metro

"Striking McDonald’s staff demanding £15 an hour say they want Labour government", 12 November 2019...

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11 November 2019

Philippines: Govt. declares NGOs Oxfam and Farmers Development Center as fronts for communist terrorist groups

Author: Mara Cepeda, Rappler

"Red-tagged Oxfam, NCCP slam military for 'malicious, careless' attack", 6 Nov 2019...

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11 November 2019

Civil society faces increasing difficulty in performing role 'effectively', report on 5 EU countries finds; highlights link to social & labour rights

Civil society in five EU countries say they face increasing difficulty in carrying out their role effectively due to 'insufficient meaningful participation' in decision-making processes, and claim national authorities do not sufficiently prioritise the...

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11 November 2019

Myanmar: Labour activists charged for role in garment factory strike over working conditions; Includes intl. brand responses

In September 2019, police brought charges against a civil society leader and seven labour leaders for their role in a strike over alleged labour rights abuses at Myanmar Knitting Factory in Pathein Industrial Zone, Myanmar. According to workers,...

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8 November 2019

Saudi Arabia: Human Rights Watch highlights role of surveillance technology in govt. violations of activists' human rights

A Human Rights Watch (HRW) report, 'The High Cost of Change’: Repression Under Saudi Crown Prince Tarnishes Reforms’, reveals an increasingly repressive environment in Saudi Arabia, despite promises of reform. HRW documented a proliferation of human...

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