Seahorse fathers use different muscles and hormones to give birth than female animals.
In the Copperbelt the category of ‘expatriate’ recreated a dual wage structure that still persists.
The impacts of COVID-19 must be incorporated into women, peace and security planning in order to improve the lives of women and girls in postwar countries like Nepal and Sri Lanka.
Economists discuss current political proposals designed to tackle the cost of living crisis.
South Africa should ensure that changes to energy efficient vehicles is done in a way that creates jobs and protects workers.
Previous government bailouts have set a precedent for intervention in the cost of living crisis
Innovation in the digital space is not necessarily working for people in the global south.
Mozambique’s trade unions have not been a strong force in society – which has left a space for others to fill.
If the labour movement can organize and mobilize working people in B.C. and Canada, the change could be significant.
New Zealand has reached the lowest unemployment rate in decades but low wage workers may still struggle to negotiate an increase in wages.
In democratic contexts, getting women into work empowers them. In autocracies like Ethiopia’s, this doesn’t hold. We found out why.
In this time of unrest, insecurity and fear, unions and their new, more diverse leadership offer a path to improving workers’ rights and repairing deep social and economic inequalities.
The work-life balance is about more than shutting off devices or abstaining from emails and meetings after 6 p.m.
Amazon can become the Earth’s best employer, but this must involve democratizing the workplace, recognizing the legitimate right of employees to organize and cooperating with labour representatives.
In the face of rising food prices in Nigeria, many salary earners have had to change the quality of foodstuff they buy or opt for cheaper alternatives.
With employers struggling to hire enough workers, reliance on automation is becoming more of a necessity than just a source of competitive advantage.
Staten Island’s Amazon union has proven that one of the most powerful anti-union companies in North America can be unionized.
Feudalism has been replaced by capitalism, and the new villeiny — or neo-villeiny — has emerged to reflect a relationship between a worker and an organization.
New legislation could strengthen the social contract between workers and platforms.
The claim that workers are simply moving to white-collar sectors obscures structural barriers to labour mobility, including racism and discrimination.