How thousands of migrant dreams in Singapore turned into nightmares in the wake of the 2009 global recession.
by Arnab Neil Sengupta
by Ryan Rifai
India11 Nov 2016 11:48 GMT
Deaths of 13 people in Sahibabad, outside Delhi, seen as latest evidence of country's poor workplace-safety record.
101 East29 Sep 2016 21:52 GMT
Agents in Myanmar are recruiting girls as young as 15 to work as domestic helpers in Singapore.
Bangladesh12 Sep 2016 07:07 GMT
At least eight people still missing after devastating fire at Tampaco Foils factory near capital, Dhaka, officials say.
Human Rights11 Sep 2016 06:27 GMT
At least 50 people were also injured when fierce fire engulfed packaging factory north of the capital Dhaka.
Human Rights07 Sep 2016 12:03 GMT
As some of the accused head to a Bangladesh court, Al Jazeera looks at the aftermath of the epic factory collapse.
Asia02 Sep 2016 15:00 GMT
Thousands of state-run banks, government offices and factories shut as workers rally against Modi's economic policies.
Human Rights11 Aug 2016 10:04 GMT
Sixty percent of countries at high risk of using slaves, with 46 million people worldwide engaged in forced labour
Human Rights10 Aug 2016 09:25 GMT
Court documents show the electronics giant kept information on chemicals from workers for fear of exposing trade secrets
France01 Aug 2016 11:36 GMT
Their capacity to organise paralysing strikes sets them apart from unions elsewhere, but is their influence declining?
United Kingdom19 Jul 2016 18:53 GMT
Angela Eagle withdrew from the contest to lead Britain's main opposition Labour Party and backed rival Owen Smith.
Slavery: A 21st Century Evil13 Jul 2016 11:09 GMT
It is a nation built on the abolition of slavery, but there are at least 40,000 slaves in the US today.
France25 May 2016 03:46 GMT
Country suffering from major fuel shortages with oil refineries targeted by striking oil workers.
Politics08 May 2016 07:45 GMT
The long backlash against multiculturalism has hit a solid wall in London.
Politics02 May 2016 00:18 GMT
Trade unions and other groups stage rallies and events around the world to mark International Workers' Day.
Politics28 Apr 2016 18:23 GMT
Opposition party suspends the former mayor of London for arguing Adolf Hitler "supported Zionism before he went mad".
by Richard Seymour
by Mohamad Elmasry
by Rachel Shabi
by Kenan Malik
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