E.Land workers' human rights were violated by police

24 August 2007 -- admin

E.Land workers' human rights were violated by police - 37 civic organisations have launched joint complaint - Park Sung-soo remains silent
Korean police violated E.Land workers' human rights when they forcibly ended sit-in strikes in the Korean capital last month. According to leading English-language newspaper Korea Times, 37 human...

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The Int'l Trade Union Confederation asks Korean President to intervene

17 August 2007 -- admin

The International Trade Union Confederation asks Korean President Roh Moo-hyun to intervene in support of E.Land workers' rights
The 168 million member International Trade Union Confederation ITUC asks Korean President Roh Moo-hyun to intervene personally in order to protect the E.Land workers and secure their rights. In...

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E.Land locks out shop workers, thinks poverty will end the strike

16 August 2007 -- admin

E.Land locks out shop workers, thinks poverty will force them end the strike, but Korean company may be shooting itself through the foot
These Korean women trade unionists don't give up. Now, retail giant E.Land tries to get its workers on their knees by stepping up economic pressure. Management knows more than well that these a...

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The Asian Human Rights Commission condemns E.Land management

15 August 2007 -- admin

The Asian Human Rights Commission condemns E.Land management and Korean Government for their actions against shop workers
The Asian Human Rights Commission condemns the behaviour of Korean retailer E.Land and the country's government in connection with the ongoing labour conflict. The authoritative commission, which...

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