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British tribunal victory for Indian worker

Mari Marcel Thekaekara welcomes the news – but wonders when India will follow suit.

Filed in: England India Work

Requiem for the refugee

An encounter with an elderly Tamil man far from home in Malaysia puts Mari Marcel Thekaekara in a pensive mood.

Filed in: India Malaysia Migration Poverty Work

Marikana mining massacre: three years on, justice still denied

Tom Lebert looks on as the South African government is exonerated despite failings.

Filed in: Mining South Africa Work

Time for one-day migrant strike

What would make people realize the contributions that migrants make to society? asks Paul Donovan.

Filed in: Economics Migration Refugees United Kingdom Work

Twisting Amnesty’s proposal to decriminalize sex workers

Why are we still confused by the idea that sex workers have human rights? asks Beulah Devaney.

Filed in: Human Rights Sexual Politics Women Work

Bad housekeeping: the plight of domestic workers

The abuse and violence in this exploitative industry must stop, writes Kevin Redmayne.

Filed in: Women Work

India’s forgotten cotton-picking children

Mari Marcel Thekaekara shines a spotlight on the underreported problem of child labour.

Filed in: Children India Work

Blacklisted author on trial – no justice

Construction industry leaders get off scot-free while conspiracy against workers continues, writes Dan Raymond-Barker.

Filed in: Trade Unions Work

A ‘song of the wage’ for Rana Plaza

Alessandra Mezzadri says workers’ wellbeing depends on the living wage.

Filed in: Equality Work

Exploited and confined in British households

MPs have rejected an amendment to the Modern Slavery Bill that could have protected migrant workers. Javier Pérez de la Cruz reports.

Filed in: England Migration Work

Blacklisted construction workers will be heard

New revelations are promised at tonight’s book launch at the Houses of Parliament.

Filed in: Human Rights Work

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