In Chile, Haiti, and Ecuador, demonstrators want more than narrow policy changes. They want to transform the economic systems that have increased inequality for decades.
The highly controversial annual Doing Business report gives governments high marks if they slash taxes and worker protections.
Levi's, Children’s Place, and the Wrangler and Lee jeans company will now require their suppliers in this African nation to cooperate with a worker-led, enforceable program to eliminate gender-based harassment.
Mining Financiers Bribed Their Way to Riches. Now Their Jilted Workers Have a Chance at Compensation.
New UK policies allow overseas victims to be included in anti-corruption cases, with a view to compensating them. This could be good news for mine workers who lost their jobs in a DR Congo bribery scandal a decade ago.