A hospital worker describes an attack by Boko Haram in Konduga, in Nigeria’s Borno state, which lasted several hours and killed dozens of people, including a physician. The union member, who wants to remain anonymous for his safety, described his story to Yusuf Inuwa, chairman of the Nigeria Medical and Health Workers Union/Borno state. While […]
Hi, my name is Nihayat Eskander, I am an IDP (internally displaced person) from Mosul (Iraq) and now I am in Shikhan district (northern Iraq). I am a member of KUWU (Kurdistan United Workers Union–Iraq). I participated in a workshop under the title of “Worker Union’s Role During the Transition from War to Peace” held […]
Angel Soliven traveled from the Philippines to Hong Kong for a job as a domestic worker to help her younger siblings attend school. Like most migrant domestic workers, she had to pay a fee for the job and had to sell family property to afford to go to work.