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Report: Auto Parts Plant Violated Mexican Worker Rights

An international auto parts production plants has violated worker rights numerous times with actions that include a retaliatory mass firing and interference with union elections, according to a new report by the Worker Rights Consortium (WRC). Since August 2011, the actions of Arneses y Accesorios de Mexico have “represented serious and clear-cut violations of international… [READ MORE]

Mass Firing of Mexican Union Leaders Leads to Hunger Strike

Eleven workers from PKC wire harness plants in Mexico launched a hunger strike yesterday. They were among 122 workers fired by the Finnish autoparts company in mid-December for what they say is retaliation for seeking to form a union. They plan to continue the hunger strike until they are reinstated and their right to trade… [READ MORE]