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The tyranny of a few: a supply chain story


Yorgos Altintzís: Producers today cannot seek legal remedy to redress abuses and unethical practices that stem from purchasing-power imbalances

South African women are taking a stand against Big Coal

South African women are taking a stand against Big Coal


Samantha Hargreaves & Hibist Kassa: Coal encroaches on community lands and livelihoods, but fails to create the promised work

Don't mention the apartheid: caste discrimination and poverty in South Asia

Don’t mention the apartheid: caste discrimination and poverty in South Asia


Aidan McQuade: Making the issue of caste-based apartheid taboo provides it with a layer of political insulation

Uber: the selfish face of the sharing economy?

Uber: the selfish face of the sharing economy?


Ruwan Subasinghe: Uber’s classification of its drivers as partners is a classic case of bogus self-employment

Nigeria's elections: will the voice of the working class be heard?

Nigeria’s elections: will the voice of the working class be heard?


Akhator Joel Odigie: From corruption to terrorism to massive inequality – Nigerians are battling insecurity on all fronts

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Is Lesotho’s garment industry an ‘ethical alternative’?


“Workers in China earn more than [they do in] Lesotho”

Democracy on trial in Turkey

Democracy on trial in Turkey


“We thought we only had one dictatorship left in Europe – that’s Belarus. Do we really want another?”

Unions call for a new chapter in US-Honduras relations

Unions call for a new chapter in US-Honduras relations


A new report by US trade unions has strongly criticised the US government’s policies in Honduras

Accounting giants take on the world

Accounting giants take on the world


Auditors are paid by the very same people they are auditing

The US immigration battle intensifies

The US immigration battle intensifies


“Executive action is not all we need or deserve, but it is a step in the right direction”