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Contract workers take on Delhi labour minister at jan sunvai

Contract workers take on Delhi labour minister at jan sunvai

NEW DELHI: Dreaming of permanent jobs and eager for immediate redressal of grievances, angry contract workers on Friday took on labour minister Gopal Rai at a jan sunvai (public hearing) in the capital. Unemployed 21-year-old Nibha Jha was one of them who left the minister flustered sharing her anguish of low wages, long working hours and no scope of redressal while being employed by a contractor engaged by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation.

Jha reminded Rai how she and others like her were lathi-charged by security personnel near Rajghat on March 25 when they tried to approach him to apprise him on the matter for the second time. “Why weren’t we allowed to meet you when we came to submit a memorandum on March 3? Where were you when we were beaten and lathi-charged?” asked Jha.

“Shame, shame!” shouted those with Jha under the banner of Delhi Metro Contract Workers Union. She had come to the public hearing organized by the labour minister to ‘hear the voices of suppression’ and problems of contract employees.

Occupational Hazard- Militarisation and Disaster Vulnerability in Jammu and Kashmir: J&K Coalition of Civil Society

Guest post by JAMMU AND KASHMIR COALITION OF CIVIL SOCIETY  Jammu and Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society recently released a report called ‘Occupational Hazard: The Jammu Kashmir Floods of September 2014. The full report is available at The following is a short executive summary.  The Jammu and Kashmir floods of September 2014, occurred in […]

Milwaukee teachers, students, parents march against cuts

Photo: Milwaukee Teachers<br />
Education AssociationPhoto: Milwaukee Teachers Education Association Hundreds of members of the Milwaukee Teachers Education Association, students and community supporters protested in Milwaukee April 18 to end cuts to K-12 and higher education, protest toxic testing and charter schools, and demand adequate resources and services for teachers, staff, students and communities. The April 18 demonstration is part of a series of mass protests since January when Gov. Scott Walker unveiled his 2015-17 austerity budget. They are a continuation of the people’s occupation of the state Capitol in 2011. The effects of the 2013-2015 state budget, which included the largest cuts to public education in Wisconsin history, are now painfully felt in every city, town and village. The vast majority of the state’s poor and working people are demanding: Hands off public education! The 2015-17 proposed austerity budget, like the previous one, attacks every sector of the working class and oppressed, including environmental and prevailing wage laws, unemployment insurance, FoodShare benefits, senior care, project labor agreements and public education. Wall Street organizations such as Americans For Prosperity, American Legislative Exchange Council and the Heritage Foundation are fast attempting to eviscerate progressive Wisconsin laws won decades ago through mass struggle. On behalf of Wall […]

The World Remember’s the Armenian Genocide

Armenia, Turkey and the rest of the world marched today in remembrance of the 100th anniversary of Armenian genocide. Besides Armenia, marches were held in Istanbul, New York, Paris, Beirut, Arbil, Tehran, London and many other cities worldwide. In Istanbul people gathered and carried the pictures of some of the victims, while in Arbil (Iraq) members

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Slowdown, unemployment plague world capitalism

Slowdown, unemployment plague world capitalism

By Fred Goldstein

The FINANCE ministers of the largest capitalist economies exuded gloom and pessimism at the recent Washington meeting of the G-20. “Six years after tackling the global financial crisis, the world’s top economic policy makers are struggling to exit crisis-management mode and lift growth out of a long-term funk,” wrote the Wall Street Journal on April 19.

marx_0430The underlying concern was that since the so-called “recovery” began in 2009, the global economy has been in a steady state of slow growth and stagnation.

The International Monetary Fund issued warnings about so-called “emerging markets.” China had its slowest growth in 10 years. Russia is in a recession. Brazil’s growth has slowed to a crawl. Investors are starting to pull their money out of many countries.

A tireless fighter against a rotten system

Ray Jackson 1941-2015

How sad it is to learn that our comrade and friend, Uncle Ray Jackson, has died.

A Wiradjuri fighter for Koori justice (“fkj”, as he always signed his fascinating emails), Ray will be best known for his tireless work against Aboriginal deaths…

Apca procession for better wages

LAHORE, April 24: A large number of government employees on April 23 took out a procession from Nasser Bagh to the Civil Secretariat on the call of the All Pakistan Clerks Association (Apca) to press for their demands of better wages.

Similar processions were held in front of the offices of all the district coordination officers across Punjab, claimed a press release.

Apca leaders, Sultan Mujaddadi, Muhammad Afzal, Abdul Shakoor and Nadeem Chughtai, said all the roads in Lahore would be blocked on May 7 if Apca demands were not met. This would be followed by a siege of the Punjab Assembly on May 14.

They urged the chief minister to take care of the government employees, giving them wages as per the inflation rate.

Published by Daily Dawn on April 24, 2015

Thousands Of RN’s To Strike In California And Chicago Over Staffing, Patient Care

By Doug Cunningham

Thousands of nurses will strike hospitals in California and Chicago April 30 and May 1st. The RN’s with National Nurses United and the California Nurses Association say staffing and patient care concerns are at the heart of their strike. More than 6400 RN’s will strike, some on April 30th, others on May 1st. The nurses say they are demanding policies that “give RN’s a stronger voice in patient care delivery.” Strike locations include Kaiser Permanente’s Los Angeles Medical Center, Providence Health and Services Hospitals in Santa Monica and Torrance, California and five Sutter health facilities in Northern California. The nurses will also strike the University of Chicago Medical Center. The nurses planning to strike say patient safety and protections are compromised across the country as the corporate model of patient health care delivery relentlessly pushes for cuts to increase profits. Kaiser alone made a net profit of $4.3 billion last year. The nurses accuse Kaiser of engaging in an anti-union campaign to silence nurses advocating for patients. In Chicago staffing is also an issue, including what they say is the unsafe practice of rotating shifts for nurses.

Wapda workers union protests privatisation plan

PESHAWAR, April 23: The All Pakistan Wapda Hydroelectric Workers Union April 22 staged demonstration against the proposed privatisation plan of the government and asked it to revise the decision.

Carrying placards and banners, the protesters, led by union’s chairman Gohar Taj and provincial chairman Haji Iqbal, gathered outside the Peshawar Press Club. They chanted slogans against the government for its privatisation policy.

The protestors condemned the recent firing on Class-IV employees during protest demonstration against provincial government outside assembly building. They said the use of tear gas and firing on the employees was condemnable, unlawful and tantamount to keeping the government employees from demanding their rights. The union leaders said the government had failed to functionalise all its national institutions.

Published by Daily The News on April 23, 2015

WFTU Statement on the tragic deaths of hundreds of refugees and immigrants in the Mediterranean

WFTU Statement on the tragic deaths of hundreds of refugees and immigrants in the Mediterranean

By World Federation of Trade Unions |
April 22, 2015


The World Federation of Trade Unions representing 90 million workers in 126 countries of the world expresses its grief and frustration for the tragedy that took place in the Mediterranean resulting to the death of hundreds of immigrants and refugees on April 19th, 2015.

The deaths of hundreds of people in the Mediterranean and particularly South of Italy are added to the long list of immigrants finding their death looking for a better livelihood while being exploited by the smugglers.

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