Why it’s time to blow the whistle on Amazon

“Amazon, as the oversimplified origin story of the Seattle-based tech juggernaut goes, was founded by Jeff Bezos in his rental home garage in 1994. Today it is one of the …

Trade unions and civil society are pushing for ambitious climate action in Scotland

“As Glasgow prepares to host COP26, the UN climate summit in November 2021, Scotland will take centre stage in the global power struggle surrounding if and how the world takes …

The ongoing struggle to protect Guinea’s domestic workers

“On reaching the home where she was hired as a domestic worker, on 30 May 2020, in the Sangoya district in the upper suburbs of the Guinean capital, Conakry, 20-year-old …

Once working people mobilise, as they have done in Belarus, change is inevitable

“Workers in Belarus are demanding democracy. If President Aleksandr Lukashenko, often (rather optimistically) referred to by the media as ‘Europe’s last dictator’, ever had the real support of the people …

Informal work during the pandemic: when essential activities are the most precarious

“According to the International Labour Organisation (ILO), two billion people – more than 61 per cent of the world’s employed population – work in the informal economy. Though their work, …

See you in court: a rise in legal attacks against rights defenders aims to silence corporate critics

“Athit Kong has been fighting to stay out of prison for more than four years. The Cambodian union leader faces criminal charges of intentional violence, obstructing public officials and obstructing …

The workers organising for a better future in Cambodia

When she was elected to represent the local branch of the Coalition of Cambodian Apparel Workers’ Democratic Union, or CCADWU, in 2007, Srun Sokthy felt alone and disheartened. She wasn’t …

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