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Ebola: it’s governance, stupid


Chukwu-Emeka Chikezie: coalitions of the willing are mounting powerful critiques of the business-as-usual approach to (bad) governance in Ebola-hit countries

The G20 needs to make the world's economy work for working people

The G20 needs to make the world’s economy work for working people


John Evans: Low wages, low skills and precarious jobs will not lead to sound economic recovery

Inequality is not inevitable: it's time to Even it Up!

Inequality is not inevitable: it’s time to Even it Up!


Winnie Byanyima: It is time for a higher road for work and wages

There can be no compromise on the right to strike

There can be no compromise on the right to strike


Ruwan Subasinghe: Transport workers are one of the groups being increasingly excluded from the right to strike

The new EU Commission must lead the fight against modern slavery

The new EU Commission must lead the fight against modern slavery


The new political momentum around modern slavery should not lead the EU to rest on its laurels

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Indonesia: minimum wage battle set to escalate


Unions say they will “ keep battling for a wage hike that can at least cover the basic cost of living”

Cuba's fast-growing private sector

Cuba’s fast-growing private sector


Half a million Cubans are now self-employed

A new path emerges for the Georgian labour movement

A new path emerges for the Georgian labour movement


“We want to build unions from the ground up, with organisers”

Downton Amazon: is the online retailer driving inequality?

Downton Amazon: is the online retailer driving inequality?


Campaigners accuse Amazon on thwarting social progress by blocking trade unions and preventing job stability

Chile's journey towards a constituent assembly

Chile’s journey towards a constituent assembly


Bruno Sommer Catalán: Tens of thousands of workers, artists and activists have expressed their support for a Constituent Assembly