In a world where millions of people still remain enslaved, the story of a small group of villagers overthrowing their slave masters asks questions on the price of freedom.
We’d paper, scissors, rock to clean the vomit and blood.
Advocates hope the landmark payout could shake up the global garment industry, long criticised for exploiting cheap labour in the developing world.
Living in cramped barracks with no access to education, these are the children earning $6 a day at one of Indonesia’s most profitable paper companies.
But campaigners say hours should be reduced, not compressed into fewer days.
Bosses are still shaming people for missing work, even when workers are showing symptoms.
Staff at Maggie’s in Toronto have successfully unionized and sex workers across Canada say they hope it’ll result in a trend that’ll address racism and wage theft in their industries.
A Nova Scotia woman is pushing for an investigation into her brother’s death on the job. Instead, government officials called her “hostile” and shut her down.
In an unusual move, Murdoch's famously anti-union newspapers have given column-space and editorial backing to one particular trade unionist's leadership campaign.
Tiger Patel thanked his local community and his cameraman following his victory.