Resources for the study of the working class in China
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- Labour Website of the Week
- From Eric Lee, LabourStart, 7 February 2002. This is the
website of the office set up in Hong Kong back in 1997 by a
consortium of international trade union organizations. It
was re-launched in December last year with a broadened
mandate: the IHLO now aims to
monitor trade union and
workers' rights and political and social
developments in China.
- Two new Books available from China Labour
- China Labour Bulletin, 30 April
2004. Announcement of two books published by the China
Labour Bulletin: An Action Manual
for defending and promoting labour rights and Why China Needs Independent Trade Unions:
An Introduction and Analysis.