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职工盟抗议南韩政府打压工会 : 要求南韩政府停止打压工会 释放所有被捕工会领袖

职工盟将发起抗议行动,谴责南韩政府粗暴打击南韩铁路工会Korean Railway Workers’ Union (KRWU)的罢工权利以及拘捕工会领袖。南韩铁路工会抗议南韩政府推行铁路私有化,从12月9日开始罢工。南韩全国铁路工会的罢工声明表示,他们是为了保护铁路归全民所有而罢工,但是他们的正义抗争却遭到当地政府的暴力镇压。昨日(12月23日)南韩警方展开驱离,大批警力出动,使用胡椒喷雾驱赶示威者,并冲撞示威群众,并攻入南韩民主劳总KCTU的大楼,逮捕工会领袖。目前有28位铁路工会领袖被捕和刑事检控「破坏生产罪」。

民间低收入补贴商讨日

日期:2013年12月1日(日) 时间:下午二时至五时半 地点:理工大学TU201

Say No to Sex Discrimination at Prada Stop Listing Discriminatory Brand!

Say No to Sex Discrimination at Prada Stop Listing Discriminatory Brand! A senior manager at Prada Japan has filed a legal complaint against the Italian fashion label, accusing the company of harassment and discrimination based on appearance and alleging it maltreated other employees in the past.

Rally for Pay Rise and Collective Bargaining Right, 5 Dec 2010

Date: 5 December 2010 (Sunday)Time: 11amVenue: Yau Ma Tei Community Centre Rest Garden (Yung Shue Tau Rest Garden), Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon (Exit C of Yau Ma Tei MTR Station)

Action in support of Cambodian garment workers' strike at Hong Kong owned factories

Background: Over 200,000 garment workers in Cambodia went on strike from 13th to 16th of September, demanding an increase in the minimum wage to US$93 per month. Yet employers and the manufacturers association opposed their demand, and accused the unions of launching an illegal strike.

Hong Kong Workers Carnival 2010

The first workers carnival in Hong Kong with exhibitions, booth games, drama and performance, highlighting the contribution of Hong Kong workers. It is the flagship event of 20th Anniversary of Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions. Date: 24-25/10/2010Time: 12:00 - 9:30pm (24/10)         10:00am - 5:00pm (25/10)Venue: Mong Kok Macpherson Playgrouds For more details, please go to: http://www.hkctu.org.hk/20anniversary/index.html

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Chinese student workers in Coca-cola dispute

The students' summer jobs were actually part of an undercover project to investigate the working conditions in Coca-Cola's plants. A university student who got a temporary job at Coca-Cola this summer through an employment agency is taking the soft-drink bottler to court, after he was beaten by staff members at the agency. He is alleging that Coca-Cola showed poor management by hiring agencies that exploit workers.
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