More than 300,000 foreign domestic workers are vital to sustaining Hong Kong society, yet their existence is almost invisible, their voices marginalised, and concerns sidelined. We spoke to FADWU about their campaigns to protect domestic workers' rights.
The Longest Strike in Cambodia: How NagaWorld Workers Fight for Livelihood, Dignity and Union Rights (Part 2)
The striking workers, having held out for so long against employer and government attacks, need international support and labor solidarity as urgently as ever.
The Longest Strike in Cambodia: How NagaWorld Workers Fight for Livelihood, Dignity and Union Rights (Part 1)
The year-long struggle is not only about protecting workers from layoffs, but also the rights of workers to have a union and to protest injustice. ALR spoke to two key union leaders leading the fight.
Growing Union Strength, Declining Political Power: Understanding the Paradox of General Strikes in India
General strike in India has become almost an annual affair, and shows the astonishing mobilising power of trade unions, yet their political power to win progressive labour reforms are in decline.
Working conditions are worse, wages are lower and space for workplace organising is constricted; yet, it is not a straightforward restoration as workers continue to organise.