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| July 13, 2016
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France erupts in defiance of employer-friendly labour reforms

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France is continuously rocked by debates around the meaning of the Enlightenment ideals of liberty, equality and solidarity that predate the French Revolution.

Some important notions are widely shared. Most French citizens expect governments to meet the basic needs of all and promote individual expansion of talents and abilities.

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Tell Bangladesh to live up to its safety and worker rights promises

More than 1,100 workers died in Rana Plaza. Three years later, the government of Bangladesh has not made sufficient progress to ensure that nothing like this horrific tragedy happens again.  

According to a report by international labour organizations, "Far too much remains to be done by the Government of Bangladesh (GOB) and the garment industry, not only to ensure fire and building safety but to simply guarantee basic respect for the law -- including both national and international labour standards."

Some of the findings of the report are:

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| December 2, 2015
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Election 2015: Welcoming the last days of a tyrant

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The way things work in a subordinate capitalist society came to light in Hamilton last week. In an effort to bully its unionized workers, U.S. Steel revealed it was about to shift production from Canada to the United States, 75 cent Canadian dollar or not.

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Photo: Jeff M for Short/flickr
| June 10, 2015
Asia Pacific Currents

Fire at Kentex footware factory kills more than 70 workers

June 8, 2015
| Interview with Myles Quero from the KMU about the fire at the Kentex footwear factory where 72 workers were murdered.
Length: 29:58 minutes (27.44 MB)
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| March 17, 2015
Asia Pacific Currents

Over 200 arrests under Lese Majeste since Thai military coup

February 28, 2015
| An interview with Junya Lek Yimprasert, Thai labour activist, living in exile in Finland due to charges under Lese Majeste.
Length: 30:50 minutes (28.24 MB)
| February 27, 2015
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