We are looking for contributions on a range of labour issues in Asia (including East, South and Southeast Asia), such as strategies and tactics of labour organising and mobilisation, strikes, protests and other forms of collective actions, paid or unpaid domestic labour, un(der)employment and precarisation, gendered and racialised nature of work, social reproduction, platform and logistics labour, labour migration, the restructuring of global supply chains, changing labour regimes and industrial relations system, labour and ecology, labour parties, trade union reforms and informal labour organisations, state repression and more.
We accept writings in a range of formats, such as feature articles, interviews, book reviews / review essays, field notes and roundtables, and we will also consider other creative formats. Submissions should be between 1,500 and 3,000 words in length, and written in ways that are accessible to an informed, general labour audience. Online sources should be embedded as hyperlinks in the text, and academic journals articles and books should be listed as reference at the end of the article.
We especially encourage young activists, students and researchers to submit your work. We are open to discussing and working with you to develop your ideas and writings.
If you would like to pitch an idea, propose writing projects, or submit an article, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org