This is an edited extract from a chapter in the recently published The state of the nation: poverty & inequality: diagnosis, prognosis and responses. It’s well-established […]
This March, the UK Labour Party commissioned an inquiry into a shorter working week following calls from campaigners and trade unions to reduce the number […]
The SA Human Rights Commission will be conducting an inspection of Oak Valley Estate after SAFTU filed a complaint against the farm.
Many Africans who are not gay or bisexual – sexually attracted only to people of the same sex or of both sexes – claim that […]
On 18 May, Australians will cast their votes in an election that has workers’ rights at centre-stage. In what has been declared by the main […]