Rescued from bondage in south India, tribals work in brick cooperative
"It is very difficult to run but we have freedom," says Santa Kumar, who spent nine years in bondage working at a brick kiln
Fashion's deadliest disaster prompts Bangladeshi workers to opt for university
Replacing factory floors for classrooms and swapping sewing machines for computers, female workers pursue university degrees
Three years after Rana Plaza – Bangladesh’s garment sector still unsafe
Three years on, labor rights enforcement failures remain widespread, and Bangladesh is far from achieving a safe and sustainable garment sector
ANALYSIS - Three years after Rana Plaza disaster, has anything changed?
"Every factory is still a tinder box, and effective ways to ensure day-to-day safety are still not in place"
Indian government rollback on pensions a small victory, say unions
Unions opposed to proposal to limit withdrawals to worker's share of the fund, and forced workers to leave govt contributions in fund until retirement