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Who Killed Chea Vichea? (Khmer-language version)
Loud Mouth Films
— August 16, 2012
Investigation of the murder of Cambodian labor leader Chea Vichea and a government plot that framed two men. Banned in Cambodia. (Khmer-language version)
Freeport Miners' Strike
West Papua Media Alerts
— November 28, 2011
Video from the three month long strike at Freeport Mine in West Papua, police repression and actions in solidarity with the miners. Produced by traverser11 with music from Airi Ingram.
The Reluctant Actor
— January 19, 2009
Marie Armstrong is an active member of one of Australia's oldest continuously performing theatres in the country -"New Theatre" in Newtown. Marie joined "New Theatre" at the age of 19 and has an uninterrupted association for over 60 years. Her inspiring lifelong contribution gives a passionate insight into the relationship between "Politics & the Arts".
Save Our Sydney Ferries Campaign
— January 21, 2009
A NSW State Government Report recommends the privatisation of the Sydney Ferry Service - Keep our Sydney Ferries safe in public hands.
The Hungry Mile Dedication
— January 31, 2009
Guest speakers Jack Thompson, Peter Garrett, Frank Sartor & Warren Smith celebrate the renaming of Hickson Road to the "The Hungry Mile Precinct " along with MUA members at Wharf 8 Darling Harbour.
May Day Sydney 2017
— June 06, 2017
This year's May Day celebration marked 125 years since Australia's first May Day March held in 1891 by striking shearers at Barcaldine in Queensland.
Violence against Guwahati tea workers
— December 28, 2010
Our Voice Indonesia - May Day 2011
Rikky Muchammad Fajar
— June 10, 2011
In the last May Day 2011, thousands of labors and domestic workers are crowding the street around Hotel Indonesia, marching to the Presidential Palace in Jalan Medan Merdeka. Although mistreated, labors are still fortunate enough because they have the opportunity to work in formal sectors. How about the transgender people? Even in informal sector, transgender people are still impeded, let alone working in the factories. This video was taken from the Mayday Action, International Womens Day Action and waria community in Yogyakarta.
Protect Indonesian Migrant Workers
Yerry Nikholas Borang
— December 07, 2010
What can be done to better protect them, or what can be done domestically so they don't have to go overseas to find work? Indonesian government has to give more attention and pressure to some of the receiving countries for respect migrant workers rights.
Solidaritas untuk Buruh Freeport (Solidarity for the Freeport Workers)
— November 03, 2011
Jakarta activists and unionists organised a candle light vigil in solidarity of the Freeport workers in West Papua, on October 27, 2011. The protestors condemned the violence that surrounded the strike. A member of the Freeport workers' union spoke of the movement being solid, supported by the workers' wives and the locals.
Sights and Sounds from the Freeport Dispute
— November 04, 2011
A snippet of footage and chatters around the Freeport strike in West Papua. The Freeport workers' union says it is a matter of simple "revenue transparency", the international trade union says the dispute "has nothing to do with" West Papua politics, and a worker recorded in his video testimony that the walk-out was something "important" and worth keeping.
International Migrants Day 2010 (Hong Kong)
— January 08, 2011
In commemoration of the International Migrants Day a celebration of the migrants' struggle in Hong Kong advancing the migrants movement amidst the global crisis and the erosion of migrants' rights.
Labor rights activist monitored by police at Wuxi, Jiangsu, China
— December 10, 2010
Labor rights activist monitored by police at Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China
"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
— October 24, 2012
Kisah pilu, Sukiswo buruh PT Intan Pertiwi yang di PHK saat mencoba mendirikan serikat pekerja di perusahaan. Berbagai cara mereka tempuh untuk mendapatkan keadian dan perjuang nampaknya masih akan panjang.
Striking Freeport Workers Attract Global Support
— November 02, 2011
Dick Blin, Information and Campaigns Officer of the International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers’ Unions (ICEM), talks about the Freeport strike in West Papua, ICEM's role and where the negotiation between the workers and the company is progressing.
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