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Qatari Labor Reforms Could Finally End 'Modern Day Slavery' For Migrant Workers
The 2022 FIFA World Cup host has achieved a “genuine breakthrough” for workers, one international labor leader said. Others are less sure.
It's Everywhere: In Employment Discrimination, The Law Usually Wins, Not You
Author, Journalist, Emerita Faculty at Northwestern University
Sometimes the law is on your side in cases of employment discrimination. And sometimes it isn’t. If you are a woman, person
Labor Rights And Solidarity In NAFTA Renegotiation
James P. Hoffa
NAFTA talks start in Washington, D.C. today on an ambitious schedule to come up with a “modernized” agreement by the end
World Day Against Child Labor: A Call To Action
Karen J. Francis
“I am not free while any[one] is unfree, even when [their] shackles are very different from my own.” —Audre Lorde World Day
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When World Leaders Thought You Shouldn’t Need Passports Or Visas
The Conversation Global
The Conversation is a collaboration between editors and academ...
These days neither the public nor governments consider passports as a serious obstacle to freedom of movement. Yohmi/Flickr
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People, Policy, And Power: Envisioning A New Honduras
Journalist, international policy and development consultant, P...
The Latin American and Caribbean region is no stranger to U.S. intervention and support of rightwing dictatorships.
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Treaty Calls On 50 Countries To Free Millions From Slavery
By Magdalena Mis, Reuters
An estimated 21 million people worldwide are trapped in forced labor.
Report: Quality Education Is Key To Ending Child Labor
How Can Sports Help to Promote Youth Employment?
Youth Employment Specialist, International Labour Organization...
Understanding how soft skills that can be developed through sports -- for example ethics, attitudes and communications -- are relevant to the world of work provides an interesting perspective on youth employability.
New Internet Plug-In Blocks Out Clothing Products Made By Child Laborers
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The Belo Monte Dam: An Environmental Crime
Founder and Chair, Bianca Jagger Human Rights Foundation
Three thousand kilometres north of the Rio +20 summit, and unbeknownst to most of its participants, the Brazilian government is carrying out an objectionable project: a series of dams in the heart of the Amazon rainforest.
UN Agency: 'Austerity Has Not Produced More Economic Growth'
WATCH: Calle 13 Against Human Trafficking
Silencing a Blogger
Publisher of 14ymedio, independent newspaper in Cuba
Why physically eliminate an individual who writes uncomfortable truths if you can annul them with the red pen of the censor? Why kill them if you have all the tools to tame them?
Babu's Story: A Child Worker In The Shipyards Of Bangladesh
Author of "The Lemon Tree: An Arab, a Jew, and the Heart of th...
For many of the children here, the idea that they shouldn't work is an entirely foreign concept. Despite laws in Bangladesh restricting child labor, the reality is starkly different.
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