Unions

22.07.2020

Financialization of Copper Mining in Chile

Financialization of Copper Mining in Chile

As Chile gets convulsed by the aggravating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, the structural brutality of copper mining is being starkly outlined. At Codelco or the National Copper Corporation of Chile, approximately 3,000 workers have been infected with Coronavirus and El Teniente and Chuquicamata are the hardest hit regions with… »

02.05.2019

A fully automated society is science fiction: Michael Yates focuses on US labor

A fully automated society is science fiction: Michael Yates focuses on US labor

By Farooque Chowdhury May Day is one of the most important days to the exploited people. Michael D. Yates, director of Monthly Review Press and former Associate Editor of Monthly Review magazine, focuses on US labor and its movement in the following interview taken in April 2019 by Farooque Chowdhury. Professor Michael Yates, whose academic… »

22.06.2018

Independent unions found new global union federation

Independent unions found new global union federation

By labournet.tv In May 2018 the “International Confederation of Labour” was founded in Italy to unite independent unions and worker organisations across frontiers. We interviewed delegates at the congress to hear about their union activities at home and what they hope will come out of the new… »

23.03.2016

Peruvian trade unions challenge union busting law

Peruvian trade unions  challenge  union busting law

On Friday, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) responded to a trade complaint filed last summer by ILRF and Peruvian trade unions to challenge the NTEP law and other abuses. DOL released a report that confirms what we’ve known for years. The report suggested that the NTEP law… »

27.05.2015

China: Honda workers want more from their union

China: Honda workers want more from their union

Five years ago, in late May 2010, more than a thousand workers at the Nanhai Honda automotive components plant in Foshan were creating history; staging a high-profile, ground-breaking strike that would come to symbolize the rise of the workers’ movement in China. The strike secured the workers a 35 percent… »

14.07.2014

In UK, big-labor strikes and low-wage struggles jockey for future

In UK, big-labor strikes and low-wage struggles jockey for future

Decca Muldowney,  July 12, 2014 for Waging Nonviolence On July 10, 2014, hundreds of thousands of public sector workers across the United Kingdom — including firefighters, teachers, civil servants, National Health Service staff and local government workers — went on strike against pay freezes… »

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