JN and JS
July 7, 2020
Capitalism needs you to lose your job
June 26, 2020
Since the British colonial era, the Hong Kong government's apathetic approach to social welfare has undermined workers' rights.
Webinar: Medical Workers’ Unions—Movement Building from US to HK
June 25, 2020
Join us for a discussion on worker organizing and social movement building in the medical field and its parallel connections with the Black liberation movement and Hong Kong protests.
11 articles on care work, feminized labor, and migrant worker solidarity
June 16, 2020
On International Domestic Workers Day, revisit our translating and writing on care work, feminized labor, and solidarity with migrant domestic workers.
Yuli Riswati, Ralf Ruckus and Alina Kornfeldt
April 13, 2020
Care workers in the epidemic—Part 2: Twenty years as a migrant worker mother
Migrants Solidarity Committee Autonomous 8a
April 11, 2020
Two pandemics, four employers, two decades of fierce commitment to organizing migrant workers in Hong Kong.
For Hong Kong design workers, political resistance and labor rights go hand in hand
March 31, 2020
The recent rediscovery of organized labor may be serendipitous, but transforming this pivot into sustained commitment to worker organizing requires careful cultivation in the long run.
‘I am willing to take a bullet for you. Are you willing to go on strike for me?’
JP and yehua
March 12, 2020
We are all victims of the inequitable distribution of resources and power in our capitalist society. How can unions overturn these structures of control?
Three reports from female inmates at Hong Kong’s prison mask factory
February 7, 2020
Neither crisis nor incarceration should vindicate the exploitation of women's labor.
‘Stand with Yuli’ rally: Deported journalist recounts detention
惟工新聞 Worker News
December 9, 2019
Hidden behind Hong Kong's civilized image, domestic workers experience myriad forms of violence.
The ‘explosive potential’ of workers: Meet the left activists elected to district council
Derek Chu Kong-wai and Promise Li
November 23, 2019
Community March is fighting for working-class people alongside the Five Demands.
Domestic workers search for rights amid Hong Kong’s protests
Betsy Joles and Jaime Chu
October 21, 2019
How the current movement in Hong Kong affects migrant domestic workers and their continued battle for equality.
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