Worker Activism and Collective Bargaining

China's workers are increasingly well-organized: They are often able to elect their own representatives and successfully engage in collective bargaining.

One year on, the struggle continues for Volkswagen workers in Changchun


Despite the arrest of their leaders, hundreds of agency workers at Sino-German carmaker FAW-Volkswagen are continuing their fight for equal pay for equal work

Trade Union Organizing and Training

China's workers lack real trade union representation. CLB and our mainland partners encourage workers to reclaim the union for themselves.

As wage arrears escalate in the run up to the Lunar New Year, the trade union needs to act


The stabbing of a labour contractor in Guangdong highlights China’s chronic wage arrears problem, not only in the construction industry but increasingly in the new economy as well

Work safety in China

Work safety is one of the most serious issues affecting China's workers: Employers and the government need to take it seriously too.

Fatal accident highlights intense pressures faced by China’s food-delivery workers


Food delivery drivers in China are poorly paid, have little or no job protection, and are under intense pressure to make deliveries in the shortest possible time. This inevitably leads to accidents.

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