Bangladesh boosts protections for garment workers, says trade union
Bangladesh suffered one of the worst industrial accidents in 2013, when more than 1,100 people were killed in the collapse of the Rana Plaza complex
As Delhi hikes minimum wage, trade unions urge other Indian states to follow
"That it took us nearly 60 years to implement those recommendations is quite telling on the treatment meted out to our country's workforce"
Qatar's new labour law won't stop abuses of migrant workers, say rights groups
Rights groups say the current system has forced workers to toil under dangerous, sometimes fatal, conditions which amount to modern-day slavery
Qatar says labour reforms will benefit migrant workers
Qatar is spending billions of dollars on building new infrastructure ahead of hosting the 2022 soccer World Cup
Palm oil industry watchdog lax on human rights - critics
Rights advocates say Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil's labour guidelines show little concern for worker welfare
Unknown Fields: Ilakaka Sapphire Mining
Amidst political uncertainty, Madagascar's fragile and unique ecology is being smuggled out illegally, boat by boat, gem by gem.
FEATURE-Isolated and lacking labour rights, Myanmar's housemaids toil in silence
“I cannot foresee the day when our family can get back their land and I can go back to the village”
"The independent republic of the supply chain" and the International Labour Conference
The question for governments, workers, and employers should be how to ensure that employment represents decent work with dignity