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Innocent until found protesting

Workers in Bangladesh’s garment industry see no relief despite wage increases.

| Mar 13, 2019

Between labour and the law

Resurgence of labour activism in Myanmar

| Nov 09, 2018

State of disunion

International support for trade unionism in Bangladesh must proceed after separating the wheat from the chaff.

| Sep 16, 2015

LIBERATION OF THE CHILD DOMESTIC

The closets of millions in middle class South Asia contain a dirty little secret, – the treatment of children who are harnessed to work as domestics. Can we go beyond bemoaning the situation, and do …

| Nov 01, 2002

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