Trade Union Rights in China
The core of IHLO's website covering all relevant trends,
events and issues that affect Chinese labour and the development
of independent trade union movements inside China.
Striking is Not a Crime, Free WU Guijun Campaign
WU Guijun, a migrant worker has been detained for more than 130 days now for taking part in strikes against the relocation of the factory he worked in. Wu is likely to be charged by the government for “assembling a crowd to disturb public order”. IUF has launched an online signature campaign to call for his release.
Twelve security workers from First Hospital of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine are still under criminal detention for more than 50 days. They went on strike and petitions together with the casualised healthcare workers since May.
Hong Kong Campaigners called for an end to Sandblasting in China
A report on producing merchandise for the London 2012 Olympic games.