Mark Engler hails a significant victory for workers in the US.
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The environmental and human costs are high, writes Vladimir Slivyak.
There are many myths about the country that just don’t hold up, writes Stephen Langford.
Students have joined a rent strike to protest against prices they say are out of reach for poorer students. Amy Hall reports.
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Can we reverse the diminishing power of workers in a world of hyper-geographically mobile work? asks Mark Graham.
Filed in: Work
Many myths are constructed to justify not paying taxes. David Hutt explores some of them.
The refugee crisis has had a profound impact on identity, writes Danny Ryan Youssef in part two of this blog series.
In a landmark moment, a group of leading construction firms apologized to workers for having blacklisted them, Chris Brazier reports.
Rahila Gupta meets women fighters in Rojava who are leading the charge towards a radical democracy.
The importance of communication should not be underestimated, writes Ruby Diamonde.
Samuel Malik considers life in the self-styled ‘giant of Africa’.
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