Swazi human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko and journalist Bheki Makhubu are being released from prison in Swaziland two weeks before the end of their sentences for criticising the lack of independence of the judiciary, following sustained international pressure.
Swaziland: International Pressure Brings Early Release of Political Prisoners
Greece Bank Closures: Political Failure, Economic FiascoThe closure of Greece’s banks, at least until after the surprise 5 July referendum announced by the Greek government on the demands set by the “troika”, underlines the folly of putting ideology ahead of economic sense, according to the International Trade Union Confederation.
Korea: Supreme Court Affirms Right to Unionise for Undocumented MigrantsIn a landmark decision, Korea’s Supreme Court has now ruled that undocumented migrant workers have the right to unionise, eight years after the migrant workers’ trade union MTU first launched its legal action.
"Ukraine: ITUC Protests Security Service Harrassement of Unions".
Pope Francis’ Link of Climate Action with Social Justice Is Key to ProgressThe unprecedented call for action from Pope Francis in encyclical “Laudato Si” makes explicit the terrible consequences that climate change and environmental degradation is already having on the poorest and most vulnerable.
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