Govt must acknowledge the role of trade unions as an important labour market institution.
Hats off to the perseverance of the counters.
Only unions can take the struggle forward.
Oil and gas extraction requires huge capital, sophisticated technology and highly skilled labour.
The Pakistan Accord aims to make the factory a safe place for workers through inspections, safety improvements and remediations.
The country has a social security system but it excludes informal workers.
The discontent at the US workplace has come out in the open.
Pakistan’s trade unions remain relevant to our future, especially as times get tougher. But their failure to unite reflects poorly
Political parties have created divisions amongst trade unionists...
Trade unions in Pakistan are at a crossroads....
There’s little understanding of labour as a holistic subject.
A basic service has been denied to Karachi workers.
It is time not just to augment minimum wages but to also move towards living wages.
The people of Shigar and Ghanche districts talk of many challenges.
Accidents in dimension stone and gemstone mining operations in remote mountainous areas of KP and GB largely go unreported.
The battle between capital and labour continues.
No aspect of labour economy is as divisive and as controversial as minimum wage.
Sustaining the Indian farmers’ protest is strategic organisation.
The devastating impact of Covid-19 on the majority of workers should be a wake-up call for Pakistan.
Since the last nine years the families of incarcerated men are struggling to get their loved ones freed from this unjust