Category Archives: International Employment Rights

India: Government Passes Codes For Protection Of Employers

By Gautam Mody, General Secretary, New Trade Union Initiative September 25th, 2020 In a matter of three or four hours of parliamentary time, labour rights won by workers over a century and a half were wiped away and replaced by … Continue reading

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Right Wing Attack On Aussie MUA and Trade Union Freedom

By Barry Camfield Amazing isn’t it? Governments and employers across the planet only tolerate unions whilst union workers are compliant and not seriously engaged in industrial action or fighting for better pay, terms and conditions. So we learn that Aussie … Continue reading

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Workers’ rights in globalised industry – how can we protect them?

Over the summer the Morning Star reported on a new study showing that major fashion brands were complicit in union-busting by third world suppliers in the garment industry. Morning Star editor Ben Chacko spoke to IndustriALL general secretary Valter Sanches … Continue reading

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No Turning Back On Labour Rights

By Adrian Weir This blog was first posted on Labour Outlook September 12th  To nobody’s great surprise the coronavirus crisis has exposed the dreadful weaknesses in labour law in our country and clearly shown the need for a new framework of labour … Continue reading

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