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Music and the deadly struggle against extremism in Pakistan


Taimur Rahman: The power of music rests not just in music itself, but in the people

Are the loss of jobs, rights and lower wages worth the risk of a Brexit?

Are the loss of jobs, rights and lower wages worth the risk of a Brexit?


Owen Tudor: TUC research shows that average wages could be £38 a week lower if the UK left the EU

Let's stop the downgrading of workers and jobs in supply chains

Let’s stop the downgrading of workers and jobs in supply chains


Steve Cotton: In the fisheries supply chain, fish have better protections than those harvesting them

World Press Freedom Day and Challenges for Today's Journalism

World Press Freedom Day and Challenges for Today’s Journalism


Anthony Bellanger: The record levels of violence targeting media professionals is having an adverse impact on media coverage of important events

UK’s corporate tax deals put ideology before financial necessity


Clare Speak: The allowance of corporate tax avoidance, like austerity, is a political choice made willingly by the UK government

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The Rohingya are losing hope


Perilous living conditions of the Rohingya and Bangladeshis across southeast Asia one year since the crisis that left both communities adrift in the Andaman Sea.

Jobs for sale in Vietnam

Jobs for sale in Vietnam


Although over the last 30 years Vietnam has gone from being a socialist to a virtually free market economy, the public sector continues to hold great sway

Undocumented immigrant detainees: the (passive) merchandise of a lucrative business

Undocumented immigrant detainees: the (passive) merchandise of a lucrative business


Every day, over 30,000 adults and minors languish in detention centres for undocumented immigrants in the United States

Brexit – where refugee crisis meets identity crisis

Brexit – where refugee crisis meets identity crisis


“The issue with refugees and asylum seekers is not about resources, it’s about politics”

Domestic work: amongst the most dangerous work in the world

Domestic work: amongst the most dangerous work in the world


On the fifth anniversary of the historic adoption of ILO Convention 189, domestic workers are calling for better working conditions for all and no more abuse