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A new tactical toolkit

A new tactical toolkit

The labour movement successfully adopted new tactics in their campaign for social security reform

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Back on the streets

Back on the streets

A national strike shows that workers are once again a significant force

 

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Leaving Indonesia

Leaving Indonesia

As this edition shows, the choices faced by those who leave Indonesia for work are anything but simple

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Passports optional

Passports optional

Indonesian migrant workers without visas - or sometimes even passports - rely on the help of middlemen to get past immigration checkpoints into East Malaysia

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Oppressed and they know it

Oppressed and they know it

Indonesian fishers in Taiwan are beginning to fight back

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Learning to lead

Learning to lead

Against the odds, Indonesian domestic workers have achieved real change in Hong Kong

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Fauzi Abdullah (1949-2009)

Fauzi Abdullah (1949-2009)

Indonesian labour activists are mourning the passing of a great man

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Politics of symbolism

Politics of symbolism

Unionists express their disgust at local government’s failure to look after the interests of workers

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Strong women, strong unions

Strong women, strong unions

Women are challenging the stereotypes that have long defined Indonesian unionists.

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Children at work

Officially, 2.4 million Indonesian children work in factories or on the streets, instead of being at school. Unofficially, the number could be 10 million. SHARON BESSELL talks with some working children, and asks what is being done.

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Myth of the effective little NGO

Making idealism work is very hard. NORI ANDRIYANI, with extraordinary honesty, tells why.

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Regulate or abolish?

Should child labour be abolished or regulated? WENDY MILLER spoke with activist ARIST MERDEKA SIRAIT during the Child Labour Conference at Melbourne's Monash University.

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Gone fishing

AHMAD SOFIAN explores the lives of young people on hundreds of isolated fishing platforms in the Malacca Straits

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An unlikely unionist

An unlikely unionist

Inspired by television and Muchtar Pakpahan, a traditional fisherman decides it’s time to act.

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Unions act globally

Workers unite to win severance pay for retrenched Securicor Indonesia employees.

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From workers' rights to democracy

From workers’ rights to democracy

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United we stand?

Indonesia’s labour movement needs to consolidate the gains of 1998

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Corporate social responsibility?

Just a public relations exercise that undermines workers’ rights

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Workers in politics

Why is organised labour missing from the democracy movement?

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Union conflict

Greater freedom to organise also means more opportunity for division

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