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Cover for December 2001 - Issue 341

December 2001's Issue

Bread and roses: The trade-union revival

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Bitter Fruit

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Currents

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Essay

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The Facts

  • 5 Dec 2001
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Growing In Unity

  • 5 Dec 2001
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Jack The Rat

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Know Your Rights

  • 5 Dec 2001
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Letters

  • 5 Dec 2001
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Made In Mauritius

  • 5 Dec 2001
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Mixedmedia

  • 5 Dec 2001
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Congo (brazzaville)

  • 5 Dec 2001
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Sea Change

  • 5 Dec 2001
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Shut Up Or Die!

  • 5 Dec 2001
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Sweat & Sour

  • 5 Dec 2001
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Taming The Tigers

  • 5 Dec 2001
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View From The South

  • 5 Dec 2001
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Tommy Suharto

  • 5 Dec 2001
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Keynote

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Across the globe, migrants – men and women, the old and the young – are routinely deprived of their liberty. The problem is getting worse. States are holding people on the move for longer, and in greater numbers, than ever before. Between them, Europe and the US imprisoned close to 1 million migrants in 2011. This damaging, brutal and costly practise is spreading to new pastures – Indonesia, Mauritania, Ukraine – sponsored by the rich world. What can be done to stop detention? To ensure that migrants are welcomed – not imprisoned?

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