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Turkey: Unions to stage one-day strike for peace

Labourstart.org News - Sun, 12/27/2015 - 16:00
LabourStart headline - Source: Hurriyet
Categories: Labor News

UK: Campaign continues against trade union bill

Labourstart.org News - Sun, 12/27/2015 - 16:00
LabourStart headline - Source: PCS
Categories: Labor News

Sell-Out - Athens and the Planned Privatization of the Port of Piraeus

Current News - Sat, 12/26/2015 - 22:48

Sell-Out - Athens and the Planned Privatization of the Port of Piraeus
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZgSyn0xY1A
Published on Jun 10, 2015
Selling the state’s majority stake in the Piraeus Port Authority is one of the biggest privatization plans. It was agreed to by Greece's previous conservative government with international creditors so that the debt-ridden country could continue receiving bailout funds. Port workers feel they've been left in the lurch.

Tags: Port of Piraeus privatization
Categories: Labor News

Voices from the Ottawa Taxi lockout

Current News - Sat, 12/26/2015 - 22:04

Voices from the Ottawa Taxi lockout
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOXslENDcDA
http://rankandfile.ca/2015/12/12/weekend-video-voices-from-the-ottawa-ta...
December 12, 2015 in Taxicab industry, Weekend Video

Locked out Ottawa cabbies blockade the Airport Parkway on September 8.
Since August of this year Ottawa taxi drivers at the airport have been locked out by their employer Conventry Connections. The main issue is a 400 percent fee increase demanded by Conventry Connections and the Ottawa Airport Authority (OAA). Both want new levies amounting to $4.50 per taxi customer. For drivers this means a cost of roughly $1300/month, up from the $380/month that was charged previously.

When cabbies refused, Conventry locked out its airport drivers (organized by UNIFOR Local 1688), and began conducting business with strikebreaking cabs. That led to tense situations as cabbies struggle to maintain very modest incomes. RankandFile.ca has been following this story, publishing numerous pieces, since the lockout began. Below are interviews with one of the taxi drivers, Adnan Ghadie, and a spouse of one of the locked out workers, Waffa Dwaydar.

Tags: Ottawa taxi workers lockout
Categories: Labor News

Voices from the Ottawa Taxi lockout

Current News - Sat, 12/26/2015 - 22:04

Voices from the Ottawa Taxi lockout
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOXslENDcDA
http://rankandfile.ca/2015/12/12/weekend-video-voices-from-the-ottawa-ta...
December 12, 2015 in Taxicab industry, Weekend Video

Locked out Ottawa cabbies blockade the Airport Parkway on September 8.
Since August of this year Ottawa taxi drivers at the airport have been locked out by their employer Conventry Connections. The main issue is a 400 percent fee increase demanded by Conventry Connections and the Ottawa Airport Authority (OAA). Both want new levies amounting to $4.50 per taxi customer. For drivers this means a cost of roughly $1300/month, up from the $380/month that was charged previously.

When cabbies refused, Conventry locked out its airport drivers (organized by UNIFOR Local 1688), and began conducting business with strikebreaking cabs. That led to tense situations as cabbies struggle to maintain very modest incomes. RankandFile.ca has been following this story, publishing numerous pieces, since the lockout began. Below are interviews with one of the taxi drivers, Adnan Ghadie, and a spouse of one of the locked out workers, Waffa Dwaydar.

Tags: Ottawa taxi workers lockout
Categories: Labor News

They’re employees, not contractors! State orders LA Port trucking firm to pay drivers $6.9M

Current News - Fri, 12/25/2015 - 14:45

They’re employees, not contractors! State orders LA Port trucking firm to pay drivers $6.9M
http://mynewsla.com/business/2015/12/23/theyre-employees-not-contractors...
POSTED BY HILLARY JACKSON ON DECEMBER 23, 2015 IN BUSINESS | 89 VIEWS | LEAVE A RESPONSE

Photo by John Schreiber.
A Carson-based trucking company serving the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports was ordered to pay $6.9 million to dozens of drivers who said they were cheated out of wages and wrongly classified as independent contractors, Teamsters union officials said Wednesday.

The California Labor Commissioner ruled Dec. 14 that 37 drivers who filed wage claims in 2013 and 2014 were indeed employees of Pacific 9 Transportation and are owed a total of $6.9 million in compensation, with the amounts ranging from $3,684 to $386,703.

The payments are related to missed meal and rest breaks, business expenses paid by the drivers, hours when drivers were paid below minimum wage, illegal deductions for such costs as truck rentals and insurance, and other issues, according to a Teamsters statement.

The commissioner denied a 38th driver’s claims, saying his complaints fell outside the three-year statute of limitations, according to Jean Choi, an attorney employed by the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy that represented the drivers.

Representatives of Pac 9, which can still appeal the ruling, did not respond immediately to requests for comment.

The company has until Dec. 29 to appeal, according to Labor Commissioner spokeswoman Julia Bernstein. But in order to appeal, Pac 9 must post a bond in the amount of the award, according to the ruling.

The “drayage” company that provides trucking and other transportation cargo services, carries goods for Costco, Goodyear Tires, Microsoft and the boot company UGG, according to the Teamsters.

The ruling, which followed six weeks of back-to-back hearings on 38 claims against a single employer, is considered unusual and a “landmark” decision from the Labor Commissioner’s office, according to the Teamsters. Typically the office would only rule on a handful or more cases at once for each employer.

Pac 9 drivers have been on strike since July to protest the company’s labor practices, according to Barb Maynard, a spokeswoman for the Teamsters.

Prior to the commissioner’s ruling on the drivers’ wage claims, Pac 9 had agreed in March 2014 to settle a case related to a National Labor Relations Board investigation. The deal was expected to allow drivers to unionize, but the board later withdrew the agreement after Pac 9 violated the terms, according to Teamsters officials.

Tags: LA Port Truckersteamsters
Categories: Labor News

No Justic No Peace! Labor Joins Rally At SF City Hall Protesting Execution Of Mario Woods

Current News - Fri, 12/25/2015 - 13:33

No Justic No Peace! Labor Joins Rally At SF City Hall Protesting Execution Of Mario Woods
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mljwTl8qS3s
Trade unionists including from ILWU Local 10, SEIU 1021 and UESF joined a rally and press conference on December 24, 2015 for Mario Woods, an African American young worker who was executed by San Francisco police on December 3, 2015 in Bayview Hunters Point. San Francisco African Americans are being driven out of San Francisco through gentrification and displacement and some unionists are calling for labor action to stop these assaults. Participants including for ILWU Local 10 and SEIU 1021 demanded that the police be prosecuted for the murder and San Francisco police chief Greg Suhr be fired. They also went to the Mayor's office in city hall to demand a meeting and his action to remove Suhr. Mayor Ed Lee has said the answer to the murders is to provide tasers to the police. Clarence Thomas of ILWU Local 10 also called for mass workers action to stop the epidemic of racist murders.
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Tags: ILWU Local 10racismexecutionsMario WoodsSFLC
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Mexico: Workers Fired At Mexico Plant Stake Their Ground On Union Rights

Labourstart.org News - Thu, 12/24/2015 - 16:00
LabourStart headline - Source: Buzzfeed
Categories: Labor News

Thailand: Is Thailand doing enough to stop slavery in its fihsing industry?

Labourstart.org News - Thu, 12/24/2015 - 16:00
LabourStart headline - Source: Equal Times
Categories: Labor News

#4ThPrecinctShutdown- A Statement On Magic and Resistance

IWW - Wed, 12/23/2015 - 18:42

By Keno Evol - Twin Cities IWW, December 22, 2015

Still there is magic. Throughout the days I’ve spent at the 4th precinct, on that sacred, now spiritual road of Plymouth Avenue, I have seen what I’ve imagined in my mind’s eye for quite some time – a community blockade of resistance. I say sacred intentionally. Throughout black history the shedding of black blood has made things sacred. Consider the way we view voting. Often the argument is that it’s necessary to vote, because there is blood on these ballots. The people who came before us suffered so we can show up to the booth. This is true, though I think the idea distorts and manipulates people’s commitment to figuring out their own consciousness and defining for themselves what activism really is. It creates a sort of guilt complex around the trauma of our elders. I’m thinking of A letter to Maria when June Jordan writes, “So voting, or the right to vote, was a goal, yes, but not an overriding objective, nor was it a strategy, nor was it a tactic. The overriding objective was freedom from American apartheid.”

I also say spirituality intentionally, though not in terms of organized religion. But in terms of organizing around a common suffering, an approach which lends itself to a certain otherworldliness taking place – in this case within North Minneapolis.

I would go as far as to say the entire nation is in a moment of magic. I say magic within two categories of the word. For white Americans, I mean it in the most exhaustingly literal of terms. A Black boy vanishes and white America has a moment of immediate awe! They can’t believe it! Where did the black boy go? The cop, the magician in this ritual, knows what a person in his trade would know about fooling the audience. Tragically unsurprised, however, black people living in this country know where every mirror, every smoke canister and every trap door is placed. This is what I mean by magic centered in white America.

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Categories: Unions

Zimbabwe: Bleak Christmas for 500,000 civil servants as government fails to pay salaries

Labourstart.org News - Wed, 12/23/2015 - 16:00
LabourStart headline - Source: New Zimbabwe
Categories: Labor News

Bangladesh: Rana Plaza: 41 Charged With Murder Of Women Workers

Labourstart.org News - Wed, 12/23/2015 - 16:00
LabourStart headline - Source: Huffington Post
Categories: Labor News

The Black Dust You Breathe on BART-ATU 1555 Workers And Public At Risk

Current News - Wed, 12/23/2015 - 13:22

The Black Dust You Breathe on BART-ATU 1555 Workers And Public At Risk
http://www.sfweekly.com/sanfrancisco/news-bart-health-pollution-embarcad...
By Julia Carrie Wong
Wednesday, Dec 16 2015

When the Embarcadero BART station opened in 1976, the east wall was adorned by a 50-foot-tall sculpture made of 7,000 pounds of bright orange rope. By the time artist Barbara Shawcroft's massive macrame was dismantled in 2014, after decades of bureaucratic tangling and artistic recrimination, the rope was as black as soot.

The air (and dust) that soiled tons of rope is also the air that thousands of commuters and transit workers breathe every day. And according to a group of young scientists, that air is potentially hazardous to your health.

Problems with the BART station's air were first identified in 2011 by The East Bay Academy for Young Scientists, which partners public school students with U.C. Berkeley undergrads and science instructors to perform real-world experiments. That year, EBAYS students measured the concentration of particulate matter (PM) at BART stations — and found that PM concentration at Embarcadero was "through the roof," says Kevin Cuff, EBAYS's program director. "It was significantly in excess of what the EPA says are safe levels... It's a significant health concern to children and adults with upper respiratory issues."

Most scientists agree that transit system dust is caused by the friction between tracks and wheels when brakes are applied. The EBAYS students hypothesize that Embarcadero Station gets inundated with that dust — which is primarily metal — as trains arrive through the Transbay Tube. They plan to present their findings at the American Geophysical Union's Fall Meeting this week at the Moscone Center.

The students aren't the only ones who have noticed the poor air quality at the Embarcadero BART station. Chris Finn, the president of the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1555, which represents BART drivers and station agents, says the issue — along with noise pollution — has arisen with his membership, some of whom breathe that air for their entire shift, every day.

But BART staff seem less concerned. "This dust has been analyzed and found not hazardous to breathe," says spokeswoman Alicia Trost. BART monitors air quality to comply with Cal/OSHA standards, and those results are "well below the allowable limits and not excessive," she says.

However, Cal/OSHA standards apply to 24-hour averages, while the EBAYS students found the highest levels of PM in the time immediately before, during, and after a train arrival — exactly when the station platform is packed with commuters.

Trost would not comment on the potential safety hazards during those periods of time when the levels spike. She also declined to provide SF Weekly with the data on air quality, broken out by station.

Nick Josefowitz, the recently elected BART board member who represents much of San Francisco, told SF Weekly that he takes the students' research seriously, and promised to raise the issue at the next BART Board meeting.

San Francisco is not the only city to struggle with air quality issues in underground transit systems. Studies have found high levels of particulate matter in subway systems in New York City, London, Tokyo, and Paris as well. Some scientists have studied using magnets to draw the metallic particles out of the air.

If anyone is in touch with Barbara Shawcroft, perhaps she could create a new 50-foot-tall magnetic sculpture. This time no one would care if it gathered dust.

Tags: ATU 1555BARThealth and safety
Categories: Labor News

Victory for United Steelworkers Local 8751 Boston school bus drivers union as fired leaders reinstated, contract gains made

Current News - Wed, 12/23/2015 - 10:58

Historic victory for United Steelworkers Local 8751 Boston school bus drivers union as fired leaders reinstated, contract gains made
http://www.workers.org/articles/2015/12/23/historic-victory-for-boston-s...
By Martha Grevatt posted on December 23, 2015

boston_1231Dec. 22 — After more than two years of hard-fought struggle, the militant, fighting rank and file of the Boston School Bus Drivers Union — United Steelworkers Local 8751 — have won a historic victory against global giant Veolia/Transdev, one of the most notorious capitalist union busters, and Boston Public School bosses, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and their media mouthpieces.

Four fired union leaders, out of work since October 2013 on bogus charges of leading a wildcat strike, are going back to work. Transdev bosses were bound and determined that the four would never return. But at 4 p.m. on Dec. 18, after a marathon 25-hour negotiating session, Veolia and city bosses signed comprehensive settlement agreements with the union that reinstate President Andre François, Vice President Steve Kirschbaum, Financial Secretary Steve Gillis and Grievance Chair Garry Murchison.

In addition to reinstatement of the four with full seniority rights and a substantial monetary payment, the local won a contract with economic justice and the protection of 40 years of the collective bargaining process. The contract will be fully retroactive on all wages, pensions and benefits.

The workers will get an immediate 5.5 percent raise and collectively more than $1.7 million in back wages, going back to the contract expiration date in 2014. Retirement, which will now be after 30 years’ service with no age requirement, has substantial increases in severance payment and benefits. There are other gains too numerous to list.

The set of agreements also protects the previously union-run pension plan, which was under attack, and allows the union to immediately enter into grievance settlement directly with the city, without Veolia’s interference, for nearly 700 grievances resulting from three years of Veolia’s contract violations.

The union/job security guarantee with the city, which mandates that any future company or the city must accept the workers and the full union contract, is extended to 2019. Local 8751 beat back the introduction of radio chip-implanted tracking badges and the use of biometric technology to spy on workers and also successfully fought to get as much union protective language as possible to restrain the newly introduced spy cameras on the buses, which have become a most regrettable fact of transportation work life. The union plans to continue the battle against the cameras in alliance with the parents and community in the next period.

Solidarity with Team Solidarity

This long struggle was led by the fighting Team Solidarity, whose François-Kirschbaum slate swept the union elections in April 2015, after political frame-up charges against Kirschbaum fell apart in court. The whole rank and file was ready to walk out at a moment’s notice if necessary. “Will strike if provoked” was the slogan on the back of the Team’s popular T-shirts and hoodies.

Team Solidarity was not fighting in isolation. The struggle to rehire the four union leaders brought in many allies who know Local 8751’s consistent and principled activism against racism and austerity as well as its internationalism and labor solidarity.

Boston school bus drivers, who are 98 percent Haitian, Cape Verdean, African-American, Latino/a and other workers of color, battle racism on and off the job every day. They won the support of Boston’s most prominent labor and Black community activists, who, seeing the racist, union-busting character of the attack on a majority-Black union, coalesced together for the first time to win justice for the fired leaders.

The last 25-hour session accurately reflected the forces in this historic battle. On the union side were the fired four, the Team, lawyers and staff of the Steelworkers International, and community leader Chuck Turner via phone. On the management side were Veolia’s fascist-minded boss Alex Roman; attorneys who included Boston’s Wilson Castellanos, a supporter of the Colombian ultraright, and the infamous Thomas P. Hock, whose think tank has been breaking transit unions for 40 years; international bosses of Veolia/Transdev; the top brass of Boston Public Schools; and Mayor Walsh and his staff and chief financial officers. The Team was able to keep them from leaving the hotel where the negotiations occurred and made them stay up all night.

Redbaiters crushed

This was truly a fight to defend the historic leadership role of Workers World Party in the union, which WWP members helped found four decades ago. The Veolia bosses and the city bourgeoisie made it clear that their chief and most critical goal was to drive the reds out of the union, jail them and send a message to the rank and file and the union movement as a whole that radical union activism is a thing of the past.

Immediately after the alleged wildcat — which was really an illegal lockout on the part of Veolia — the Boston capitalist media ran vicious red-baiting articles attacking Kirschbaum for being a member of Workers World Party; Gillis is also a member. But the bosses messed with the wrong union — and the wrong revolutionary, multinational, working-class party.

Workers World Party sent delegations from around the country to help with organizing ongoing community support and solidarity. Fundraising efforts made it possible for the four fired leaders to survive more than two years without a paycheck.

The union, knowing they had the full support of Workers World comrades, literally beat back every onerous condition the bosses attempted to attach to the reinstatement settlement, including outrageous restrictions on political organizing, contract concessions and selling out the backlog of grievances.

Once the agreements were signed, all that was left was for the membership to ratify the contract. This happened tonight at a mass, standing-room-only union meeting. The vote was unanimous. That means the next day, two days before Christmas, the fired leaders could go back to work.

With both the rank and file and the community behind them, and buoyed by the solidarity of WWP, Local 8751 beat the odds and delivered a stunning blow to the racists, red-baiters, union-busters and austerity-mongers in the Boston political establishment and the hated Veolia Corp. that they employed to carry out their attack.

Tags: United Steelworkers Local 8751bus drivers
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1966: The TWU's Finest Hour And Mike Quill

Current News - Wed, 12/23/2015 - 10:04

1966: The TWU's Finest Hour And Mike Quill
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRfjlgyWPgk
Published on Dec 18, 2015
TWU Local 100 honored founder Mike Quill and the groundbreaking 1966 strike, which shattered the consensus at the time that public employees could not strike. Using recently discovered archival audio from radio station WINS as well as from the moving memorial for Mike Quill which took place at the Manhattan Center in February of 1966, we re-created the tense atmosphere around the 1966 strike, called by Quill on New Year's Day just hours before John V. Lindsay was inaugurated as Mayor of the City of New York. We include the iconic audio of Quill telling the judge who enjoined the strike to "drop dead in his black robes." We follow the recap of the strike with a portrait of Mike Quill as described by mourners at his funeral service. Enjoy the video -- this is one for the ages.

Tags: TWU NY strikeMike Quill
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Port of Rotterdam: Union Votes a "Massive Yes" to Strike Action "Those who decided to increase capacity and to build automated terminals should cover the social costs of their choices Niek Stam, Union Leader, FNV Havens"

Current News - Wed, 12/23/2015 - 09:55

Port of Rotterdam: Union Votes a "Massive Yes" to Strike Action "Those who decided to increase capacity and to build automated terminals should cover the social costs of their choices Niek Stam, Union Leader, FNV Havens"
http://ht.ly/Wav1a
Monday December 21, 2015

Dockworkers' unions in Rotterdam are threatening January 1 strike action if their members reject the port authority and employers' current offer.
Dockworkers' union FNV Havens (FHV) Sunday said its members in the container sector had voted "massively yes" to take strike action in the New Year at the Port of Rotterdam.

The union said its members "almost unanimously" rejected a final offer from employers.

As Ship & Bunker previously reported, the workers are said to be hoping that the strike action will help achieve their demand for a guarantee of job security over the next nine years in the face of two new highly automated container terminals.

FNV director Niek Stam says they have presented an ultimatum to employers which expires January 6.


Those who decided to increase capacity and to build automated terminals should cover the social costs of their choices
Niek Stam, Union Leader, FNV Havens
Stam had earlier been quoted as saying that, "Those who decided to increase capacity and to build automated terminals should cover the social costs of their choices."

"For many years we have warned about the dangers of expansion and automation plans but the port authority always refused to engage in a meaningful dialogue."

FNV says it expects that up to 800 people will lose their job through automation.

"This is not fair, nor sustainable and workers are not ready to pay the price for inadequate business choices," said Stam.

This is not the first time that the maritime industry has entered the Christmas period facing the potential of a major strike.

Three years ago Ship & Bunker reported that U.S. East and Gulf Coast ports were facing major disruption from strike action.

Tags: Rotterdam Port Strike
Categories: Labor News

Transport Workers International Meeting Against Privatization July 1-3 São Paulo

Current News - Tue, 12/22/2015 - 09:10

Transport Workers International Meeting Against Privatization July 1-3 São Paulo
http://www.metroviarios.org.br/site/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Convocato...
July 1-3 São Paulo

The metro workers union of Sao Paulo, who represent labor in Sao Paulo subway is calling an international meeting to address issues of privatization in the transport system, whether it is transfer of ownership to private companies, Public-Private Partnership or long- term concessions – and their effect on both the quality of transport and labor rights.

On top of learning from each other's experience on privatization and casualisation, international solidarity will be addressed.

The meeting is scheduled for July 1-3, 2016 in the São Paulo Metro Workers Union headquarters, which is the place where historic battles for labor rights and against privatization have been held.

Labor leaders and rank-and-file activists of all means of transport including rail, road, air and sea – are invited to join and to endorse it. Please submit documents and video to provide a report on your struggles on these issues. All proceedings will be streamed live on a channel.

Also please register with us from January 4 through May 16, 2016.

Any further information, please contact us at:

sindicato@metroviarios-sp.org.br

Solidarity forever!!

Altino de Melo
Sao Paulo Metro Workers Union – president

Sindicato dos Trabalhadores em Empresas de Transportes Metroviários e em Empresas Operadoras de Veículos Leves sobre Trilhos no Estado de São Paulo

Rua Serra do Japi, 31 - Tatuapé CEP 03309-000 l São Paulo -SP Fone: (11) 2095-3600 - Fax: (11) 2098-3233 l CNPJ: 62.877.196/0001-54 sindicato@metroviarios-sp.org.br l www. metroviarios.org.br

São Paulo, December 21, 2015

Encontro Internacional de Trabalhadores e Trabalhadoras de Transporte contra a Privatização de 1 a 3 de julho em São Paulo

O sindicato dos metroviários de São Paulo está chamando um Encontro Internacional para discutir a privatização nos transportes seja a venda para o setor privado, a parceria público- privada ou concessões, e seus efeitos sobre a qualidade dos transportes, e sobre os direitos dos trabalhadores e trabalhadoras.

Além da troca de experiências sobre os processos de privatização e precarização, vamos discutir formas de construir a solidariedade internacional.

O Encontro está marcado para 1 a 3 de julho de 2016, na sede do sindicato em São Paulo, que é o local de batalhas históricas pelos direitos trabalhistas e contra a privatização.

Dirigentes e ativistas sindicais de todos os meios de transporte – metro-ferroviário, sobre rodas, aéreo ou marítimo – estão convidados a apoiar e participar. Todo material impresso e vídeo sobre o tema devem ser enviados para que possamos gerar um relatório das lutas contra a privatização. O Encontro será transmitido ao vivo através do canal do sindicato.

As inscrições serão de 4 de janeiro a 16 de maio de 2016.

Mais informações através

sindicato@metroviarios-sp.org.br

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Altino de Melo
Presidente do Sindicato dos Metroviários de São Paulo

São Paulo, 21 de dezembro de 2015

Sindicato dos Trabalhadores em Empresas de Transportes Metroviários e em Empresas Operadoras de Veículos Leves sobre Trilhos no Estado de São Paulo

Rua Serra do Japi, 31 - Tatuapé CEP 03309-000 l São Paulo -SP Fone: (11) 2095-3600 - Fax: (11) 2098-3233 l CNPJ: 62.877.196/0001-54 sindicato@metroviarios-sp.org.br l www. metroviarios.org.br

Tags: Sao Paulo Metro Workersprivatization
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Global: Precarious work abuse risks denounced at Rio Tinto

Labourstart.org News - Mon, 12/21/2015 - 16:00
LabourStart headline - Source: IndustriALL Global Union
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China: Global unions demand release of Chinese labour activists

Labourstart.org News - Mon, 12/21/2015 - 16:00
LabourStart headline - Source: IndustriALL Global Union
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