Podcast
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Piergiorgio Moro, Jiselle Hanna | The so called umbrella protest movement in Hong Kong in 2014 was unprecedented. The latest arrests shows that the Hong Kong government is still trying to suppress it.
Podcast
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Piergiorgio Moro | Labour updates of workers' struggles from the Asia-Pacific region and analysis of the workers' movement in South Korea.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Labour organizing in China looks different than it does in the West but the issues are the same: wages, benefits and pensions. Eli Friedman is an expert on labour politics in postsocialist China.
News
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Ella Bedard | Summer has all the big labour stories of the year back in the news. Whatever happened to...? you can find out right here.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Is there any reason to think strikes and the unions which call them will ever reacquire the aura of romance and moral legitimacy they once had? Yes, there is.
News
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Ella Bedard | Don't let the NDP Alberta victory fool you, labour has got to keep up the fight.
News
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Ella Bedard | This week in labour we've got ever more resistance to austerity measures, more folks in strike position, and workers trying to rescue our public services. Check it out.
Blog
Mike Treen | Strikes of fast food workers in the U.S. on May 15 for a $15 minimum wage were part of a deepening international campaign to improve conditions of fast food and service industry workers.
News
H.G. Watson | Ken Neumann is the Canadian national director of USW, representing over 200,000 Canadian workers. He's been a member of USW since the late seventies.
News
Lori Theresa Waller | In the U.K., Parliament and the press are in a tizzy over leaked documents from the nation's biggest union discussing a co-ordinated general strike being planned.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Co-ordinated and historic protests and strikes took place at over a thousand Wal-Mart stores in November. The actions were organized independently by workers in the stores and focused on local issues.
News
Joel Bakan | The B.C. Liberal government is poised to violate the legal rights of workers with Bill 22, which, if it becomes law, will prohibit teachers from striking and limit their collective bargaining rights.