Youth and women in ASEAN unions pushed for a world of work without gender-based violence in mock dialogue sessions with stakeholders. The mock sessions helped put into practice the learnings on advocacy and lobbying from identifying advocacy issues and developing strategies to tailoring advocacy messages to specific audience. The training ended with identifying opportunities and.. read more →

There will be a renewed push to promote good employment and workplace practices in the region, after the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower (MOM) extended their partnership. Both parties renewed an agreement on Wednesday to enhance the capacities of social partners in ILO and Asean member states. The agreement will also.. read more →

Cambodian garment workers walk in front of a factory in Phnom Penh on November 12, 2014. (Tang Chhin Sothy / AFP Photo) The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) as a collective of 10 economies has made immense strides over the past 51 years. A significant milestone for the bloc was the establishment of the.. read more →

H&M, Gap to Probe Violence, Sex Abuse in Indonesian and Other Asian Factories Fashion giants H&M and Gap vowed on Tuesday (05/06) to investigate reports that Asian garment workers who supply their high-street stores routinely face sex abuse, harassment and violence. (Reuters Photo/Regis Duvignau) London. Fashion giants H&M and Gap vowed on Tuesday (05/06) to investigate.. read more →

The election notices arrived in hundreds of Pittsburgh-area workplaces, setting off internal campaigns lasting weeks and involving thousands of employees. Each election ended with workers dropping by breakrooms and offices to cast their ballots. Individually, the vote tallies were often relatively small, quietly held affairs. But taken as a whole, they represent the future of labor unions.. read more →