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A US Methodist institution, Iliff School of Theology, has pioneered a new programme aimed at strengthening participation in the world of work.
On 24 November 2012, a factory in Bangladesh, Tazreen Fashions, went up in flames killing at least 120 workers and injuring 150 more.
A 36 per cent pay gap between part- and full-time workers is the main barrier to closing the gender pay gap and tackling in-work poverty, the government has been told.
A union initiative will give savings from today's 'pension robbery' and anti-cuts strike to grassroots groups fighting poverty in Britain.
The global economic downturn and the pending London Olympics brings issues involving the exploitation of vulnerable workers into sharp focus in the UK.
The campaigning group Interfaith Worker Justice has announced its support of the Occupy America movement, which started on Wall Street.
Justice in the workplace is the theme of the 33rd annual National Justice and Peace Network of England and Wales conference.
The Catholic Bishop of Brentwood, in his address for the Mass for Migrants on 2 May 2011 highlights the Christian contribution to campaigns for migration justice and a Living Wage, urging all people of good will to stand in solidarity with them.
Over 2,000 migrants living and working in London are attending a special Mass for Migrants, celebrated at Southwark Catholic Cathedral on 2 May 2011.
A global human rights group has condemned the nine and seven-year prison sentences given to three activists in Vietnam for carrying out legitimate work on labour rights.