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By The Socialist Workers Thailand Group |
By Kornkritch Somjittranukit |
<div>The draft constitution is a written attempt by the junta to take Thai politics and society back to the pre-Thaksin era. The draft not only aims to prevent the emergence of a Thaksin-like government, but also the emergence of Thaksin-like policies, which were tangible and ‘edible’ for the poor.</div> <div> </div>
<div>The ambiguity and legal loopholes of the Public Assembly Act make it difficult for the labour movement to hold assemblies. Labour unionists are calling for the authorities to come up with a clear framework of practical law enforcement.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>On Friday, 25 March 2016, the Confederation of Industrial Labour of Thailand, in coordination with IndustriALL Global Union, held a seminar on the 2014 Public Assembly Act and its impact on the exercise of labour rights under the 1975 Labour Relations Act. </div>
By International Labor Rights Forum |
<p>Washington, D.C. – The International Labor Rights Forum (ILRF) will honor the Burmese Migrant Workers Rights Network (MWRN) and the State Enterprises Workers’ Relations Federation (SERC) with the 2013 International Labor Rights Award for their groundbreaking work in defending migrant workers in Thailand. The ILRF’s International Labor Rights Award is given annually to recognize the significant contributions of labor rights advocates toward achieving just and humane treatment for workers worldwide.</p> <p></p>
By State Enterprise Workers&#039; Relations Confederation |
<p>The International Labour Organization (ILO) has strongly criticized Thailand&rsquo;s government for exploitation of migrant workers. Coming just weeks after the Government pledged to the UN Human Rights Council to priorities migrant rights protection, Thailand&rsquo;s reputation for exploiting migrants remains in the spotlight.</p>
<p>The workers Submit to Triumph HQ a joint appeal denouncing and resisting the anti-worker and unjust retrenchment of workers by German-owned Triumph International.</p>
By Siriluk Sriprasit |
<p>The ASEAN charter was adopted at the 14th ASEAN Summit in November 2007 and eventually came into force in December 2008.</p> <div /> line-height:15.0pt;"&gt;<span>One of ASEAN&rsquo;s crucial visions is creating a single free trade area by 2015, but there are doubts that it will be implemented or achieved. </span></div>