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8 January 2020
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Author: La izquierdadiario

“Histórico: en Chile trabajadores de McDonald’s y Burger King fundan sindicato unificado”- 18 de diciembre de 2019...

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5 January 2020

Cambodia: Workers and unions mark 6th anniversary of deadly crackdown on minimum wage protests in January 2014

Author: Reaksmey Hul, VOA

"Unions to Mark 6th Anniversary Of Veng Sreng Crackdown", 2 January 2020...

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9 December 2019
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La organización ASTAC, de trabajadores bananeros se ratifica en su denuncia de abusos laborales por parte de empresarios del sector y pide respuesta a las autoridades del gobierno por estos hechos, en réplica a la respuesta de los empresarios...

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2 December 2019
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Author: La Izquierda Diario

“En medio de la rebelión chilena: luchas y conquistas de la clase trabajadora” 2 de diciembre de 2019...

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21 November 2019

USA: Google hires consulting firm known for anti-union efforts amid 'widespread' worker unrest

Author: Noam Scheiber & Daisuke Wakabayashi, New York Times

"Google Hires Firm Known for Anti-Union Efforts", 20 November 2019...

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20 November 2019
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Author: ASTAC

“Carta a MinProducción y Comercio Exterior” – 31 de octubre de 2019...

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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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5 November 2019

Kazakhstan: Labour rights defender Erlan Baltabay sentenced to five months in prison, in midst of escalating repression of union rights

Author: Peoples Dispatch

"International campaign seeks release of Kazakh trade union leader Erlan Baltabay", 05 Nov 2019...

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4 November 2019

Philippines: 57 labour & civil society activists arrested & detained in police & military raids

On the evening of 31 October 2019, 57 members of labour and civil society organisations were arrested and detained in simultaneous military and police raids in Manila and Bacolod in the Philippines. Among those arrested are trade unionists, labour...

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