Debt Bondage Payouts Mark Progress But Fail to Make Migrant Workers Whole in Taiwan
By Peter Bengtsen
Suppliers of General Motors, Opel, Continental, Bosch, Hella, Magna, and Walmart have repaid over $2.5 million to employees, but still fall short of full reimbursements.
Fighting Back: Trade Unions in Thailand and Myanmar
By Luke Hunt
A conversation with Dave Welsh from the Solidarity Center.
Ensuring Equality in the Asian Century
By Rajendra Kumar Acharya
Unions will play a key role in ensuring workers aren't left behind as Asian growth surges forward.
Bridging the Gulf: Securing India’s Migrant Workers in the Middle East
By Rohan Joshi
How can the Indian government move to improve the lot of its migrant workers in the Middle East?
‘Cheap and Trendy’ Fashion Comes at a Price
By Kyla Ryan
The rise of “fast fashion” is influencing labor standards in Asia and elsewhere.
2 Years Later, Bangladesh's Rana Plaza Debacle Continues to Resonate Globally
By Zareen Muzaffar
The tragic Rana Plaza collapse in 2013 continues to affect how the world thinks about labor standards and worker safety.
The Challenge for Nepal’s Migrant Workers
Nepalese citizens are increasingly moving abroad — particularly to Gulf countries — to find work. Will their rights be protected?