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Unions fights for workers, and their leaders should never become or be seen as employers’ agents, says Charles Hector.
Sydney-based Friends of the Earth activist Natalie Lowrey of New Zealand was released from a Malaysian jail on 27 June, five days after she was arrested at an anti-Lynas protest.
Justice is not based on subjective ideology or sensitive emotions but rather on what is due to the people, says Ronald Benjamin.
The sordid exploitation behind trafficking is not only morally unbecoming but is also a crime against humanity, says Syerleena Abdul Rashid.
According to the recently released findings of a global survey of working conditions in 139 countries, Malaysia is ranked as one of the worst 24 countries in the world for workers, says Jerome Kugan.
Aliran deplores the reported removal of Prof Dr Mohamad Redzuan Othman from his directorship at Universiti Malaya’s Centre for Democracy and Elections (UMcedel) and the non-renewal of his tenure as dean of the university’s...