Workers demanded adequate support from the government and protection from the economic distress caused by the lockdown. The countrywide shutdown has left a large number of people in the country without work
50 workers walked out of a Perdue Farms plant over concerns about the company not following through on its policies to prevent the spread of COVID-19
The protesters have insisted on an allocation of 105 million Bulgarian Levs (USD 60 million) in the 2020 budget of the Bulgarian Food Safety Authority
We look at the protests in Sudan commemorating 6 months of the Khartoum massacre, construction worker’s protest in India and a healthcare professionals’ protest in Argentina.
A strike was called by the Union of Monaco Trade Unions on November 6, against the restructuring plan announced by the management of the company
On November 9, protesting workers were denied permission to assemble in Telangana state capital Hyderabad. Heavy police force and tear gas canisters were used to curb the protest, injuring several workers
Unions are opposing the federal government’s decision to privatize the Water and Power Development Authority of Pakistan, claiming that it will result in an increase in power tariffs
Protesters demonstrated demanding fundamental rights such as education, health, housing, employment and decent pensions.
The mass resignation of the workers was due to severe exploitation and also physical abuse by the bosses and the police.
In this episode, we look into the police attack on workers in South Africa’s Durban city, the case of privacy activist Ola Bini and the resistance movement of potato farmers in India.
An agreement between the company and the unions broke the deadlock in negotiations that had been persisting since February after the former introduced cost-cutting measures.
The workers in two of the Nien Hsing’s six factories demand the creation of a separate fabric and paper mill sector, the activities of which are wrongly classified under garment sector, which has the lowest pay.