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"You can’t earn a living. All you can do is hold out with your truck," said a truck driver surnamed Yang, of difficulties for transport workers under China's pandemic prevention measures
On International Workers’ Day, CLB published a new report on the story of one union in Bangalore, India, practising collective bargaining through the global pandemic.
The pandemic and frontline workers, China’s Two Sessions, deadly gas accidents on the rise, and collective bargaining in India’s garment sector
In a new 120+ page report released today and available for free public download, CLB takes a case-based approach to examining the last ten years of workers’ rights issues and the policy reasons for rapidly increasing inequality.
This year, strikes by couriers on China’s 11 November online shopping day reached a record of 136, compared to just 31 in 2020.
At China Labour Bulletin, we are saying goodbye to our retiring Communications Director, Geoffrey Crothall.
China’s newly-amended Work Safety Law (安全生产法) went into effect on 1 September.
This month, we take a look at workers’ struggles closer to home, in Hong Kong and the surrounding Pearl River Delta.
Food delivery workers in several major cities went on strike at the end of June in protest at pay cuts and the draconian policies imposed by the online platforms that dominate the market.