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AFP: Child labour 'on the rise' in China: report

China Labour Bulletin appears in the following article. Copyright remains with the original publisherHONG KONG, Sept 3, 2007 (AFP) - Child labour is a growing problem in China and w . . .
14 September 2007

Employers sacking workers before the Labour Contract Law is implemented

In an attempt to avoid the cost of higher redundancy payments mandated by the new Labour Contract Law, many employers are getting rid their staff before the law goes into effect on 1 Janua . . .
14 September 2007

Little cause for celebration on Teachers' Day

The Chinese government marked today's 23rd Teachers' Day with yet more grand pronouncements on spending and solemn commitments to improving education across China.Prime Minister Wen Jiabao, . . .
10 September 2007

CLB Publishes New Report on Child Labour in China

Child labour is now a widespread, systemic and increasingly serious problem in China, according to a 40-page English language report released today by China Labour Bulletin. Small Hands: A survey report on Child Labour in China provides a timely, detailed and insightful analysis of the growing problem of child labour in China. Based on research carried out on the ground in 2005, the report explores both the demand for child labour in China and the supply of child labour stemming from serious failings in the rural school system.
07 September 2007

CLB Publishes New Report on Child Labour in China

Our researchers talked to government labour officials, school teachers and administrators, factory owners, child...
03 September 2007

Celebrate the Olympics but don't lose sight of the big picture

In one year's time China will formally announce its emergence on the world stage as a powerful, prosperous and modern nation with a spectacular party attended by representatives from every nation on Earth. For the Chinese government, the Olympic Games will be the culmination of two decades' work stretching back to the original bid for the Games in the year 2000.
20 August 2007

Students exploited by both schools and employers in summer work programmes

On 24 June 2007, Liang Xiaowen, a 16 year-old student from Maoming in southwest Guangdong, got on a bus to China's manufacturing heartland, Dongguan.  Xiaowen's father was seriously ill and suffer . . .
20 August 2007

Celebrate the Olympics but don't lose sight of the big picture

In one year's time China will formally announce its emergence on the world stage as a powerful, prosperous and modern nation with a spectacular party attended by representatives from...
07 August 2007

The Shanxi Brickyard Scandal and Child Labour in China

In this issue, CLB director Han Dongfang examines the background to and the root causes of the Shanxi brickyard slave labour scandal, and we reproduce two short news items from the website that support the findings of our research report on child labour, a revised and updated English version of which will be published shortly. From bloodstained mine-shafts to brickyard slavery, blind faith in Deng Xiaoping theory is the real culprit. Child workers' wages withheld for up to a year Legislator supports findings of CLB report on child labour
25 July 2007

Legislator supports findings of CLB report on child labour

As the National People's Congress Standing Committee met in Beijing to discuss the Compulsory Education Law on June 28, 2007,  Yao Lifa, a former local deputy from Qianjiang in Hubei Province, t . . .
04 July 2007
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