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Philippine authorities order Dutch missionary to leave in 60 days

The Immigration bureau said there is “substantial evidence” to cancel the resident visa of Catholic lay missionary Otto Rudolf De Vries

Homeworkers need to be better protected, says ILO

Homeworking is often poorly regulated and compliance with existing laws remains a challenge

Filipino health workers decry delayed pay during pandemic

The Health department said it is “taking the issue of delayed benefits very seriously” and is conducting a "thorough investigation"

Philippine church group joins clamor against alleged labor rights violations

The Church People and Workers Solidarity made the call during the "Global Day of Action for Jobs, Rights, Safety, and Accountability"

Workers denounce extension of ‘floating status’ of employees

Labor groups expressed opposition to what they described as a "blatantly pro-employer" order that contravenes existing laws

Anger as Hong Kong court keeps ‘discriminatory’ live-in rule for migrant...

Compulsory rule exposes foreign maids to conditions akin to modern slavery, labor rights advocates say

China sharply expands mass labor program in Tibet

Communist gov't is pushing growing numbers of Tibetan rural laborers off the land and into military-style training centers

On the rights of labor

All the pontiffs are generally unanimous in their contention that workers’ rights must be respected and protected as much as possible

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