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1. news | 16 Nov 2013
» A senior UN official said on Friday that human rights violations in North Korea are "a symptom of the ongoing tension" in the Korean Peninsula for which the international community bears some responsibility.
2. news | 17 Dec 2013
» China's much-vaunted abolition of its widely loathed "re-education through labour" camps risks being no more than a cosmetic change because of other rights abuses, Amnesty International said Tuesday.
3. learning | 22 Jul 2011
» Will better wages and benefits for labour really lead to lost export competitiveness, bankruptcy and a flood of cheap immigrant labour?
4. news | 10 Dec 2013
» A Chinese detention system for sex workers should be abolished, a rights group said Tuesday, after the country's Communist authorities pledged to eliminate its notorious "re-education through labour" scheme.
5. learning | 02 May 2012
» At the big Labour Day gathering at Sanam Luang the PM and Deputy PM promised to fully implement the minimum wage policy and tackle the cost of living, but labour leaders asked for more.
6. opinion | 26 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The United States, the United Kingdom and Australia recently announced military cooperation with Myanmar's army, a military that has been responsible for decades of human rights violations against the people of Myanm...
7. learning | 10 Nov 2011
» Lost jobs when floods hit, may never get back wages employers kept. Lack of labour rights made them cheaper for some employers.
8. news | 10 Dec 2013
» Hundreds of drug users, sex workers, beggars and street children are unlawfully detained in Cambodian rehabilitation centres where they face torture, sexual violence and forced labour, a leading rights group said Monday.
9. learning | 26 Jul 2011
» Foreign direct investment may improve with higher minimum wages, a natural part of moving from industries with unskilled labour to skilled labour.
10. learning | 14 Jun 2012
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» "If there are standards, labour will earn a wage to match their skill," and Thai companies can win contracts in other Asean countries.