We will be attending the NGO Job/ Internship Fair on 23/4 in CityU. Among with 13 other NGOs in Hong Kong, we will be introducing the issues that we focus on and our daily work. Come find us if you are interested to know more about issues related to Chinese labour rights! Date: 23-4-2018 (Mon) […]
To Yukihiro Nitta Group Senior Vice President Sustainability Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. 1st November 2017 RE: Outstanding severance owed to Jaba Garmindo workers Dear Yukihiro Nitta, Thank you for your response to our letter received on the 12th September 2017. We understand that Uniqlo wishes to deny responsibility for the rights […]
WE are excited to publicly announce our new publication at August, 2017. New publication: Research Report on the Labor Condition of Service Industry Workers 劳动力八月出版： 服务业工人劳动状况调查报告集 PDF download here 点此下载 2017年服务业工人劳动状况调查报告集 (只有中文版Available in Simplified Chinese character only.) For more details welcome email to email@example.com
In recent months, a number of grassroot labour NGOs in Shenzhen have been facing crackdown in different degrees. Dagongzhe Centre, Worker Empowerment’s partner organisation in Shenzhen, was forced to move by the landlord in April 2012, and was cut water and electricity supply for 2 months. After several attempts of petition by the staff and supportive workers, the centre did not manage to stay and resorted to move to a new location in July 2012.
Apart from Dagongzhe centre, 6 other labour NGOs have been facing similar situations. This does not comply with the new policy direction of social management boosted in Guangdong in recent years. The dim future of civil society development in Guangdong has aroused concern from both domestic and overseas media, and reports in English include the following –
Worker’s View on new Labour Contract Law & Research on Furniture Industry in Pearl Delta Area
Who is WE? Worker Empowerment, WE, is a Hong Kong based labour organization, concerns the labour right in China. WE developed a community approach to outreach workers, migrant workers in particular, in mainland China, and to organize them through labour concerned issues and cultural activities to achieve a sustainable community livelihood. What is WE’s Objectives […]