The Front National made strong gains in the second round of the municipal elections in France. With 14 municipalities now on the extreme-right of the political spectrum, the party has managed to establish itself in the traditional left-wing strongholds … Continued
If you want to understand anything about Bosnia & Herzegovina’s industrial decline, just take a look at the Glinica Birač factory near the north-eastern town of Zvornik. Built in 1976, the aluminium and zeolite megacomplex was the single largest … Continued
The mass protests in Bosnia & Herzegovina – dubbed by some as the ‘Bosnian spring’ – have been a long time coming. They began on 5 February in the north-eastern city of Tuzla, a former industrial powerhouse where the … Continued
As government cuts and social security reforms hit increasing numbers of people in the United Kingdom, those working for the government’s employment and social security agency are becoming the targets of the growing anger felt by benefit claimants. “I … Continued
- The far-right seduces French workers
- India: when will the “world’s worst job” get better?
- Could a Supreme Court ruling condemn Illinois home carers to poverty?
- Boom, bust and blight: the story of a Bosnian factory
- What’s the real cost of Germany’s minimum wage?
- Qatar’s migrant workers: trapped in an Ivy League nightmare
- Life as a “perpetrator of evil” – being gay in Uganda
- What does the TTIP really mean for workers?
- Progress and future challenges in Togo’s export processing zone
- Pilots locked in dogfight with Aeroflot bosses over safety concerns