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Leading tabloid’s office targeted in arson attack 2019-09-20 [IFJ]

New harassments and threats against teacher unionists 2019-09-12 [Svensson foundation]

Philippine President vetoes bill to end contract work 2019-08-28 [IndustriALL]

NutriAsia Workers Illegally Arrested, Falsely Charged and Jailed for Exercising Right to Strike 2019-08-27 [Svenssonstiftelsen]

Workers, trade unions call for end to contractualization anew 2019-08-26 [The Bulletin]

Cops disperse Pepmaco strike, arrest workers 2019-08-19 [Bulatlat]

American journalist Brandon Lee shot and injured 2019-08-12 [IFJ]

Sumifru Defies Labor Order To Reinstate 600 Terminated Union Workers 2019-08-12 [Davao Today]

Capital bludgeons labor, a never- changing story 2019-08-04 [The Times]

Workers not surprised with Duterte’s veto of security of tenure bill 2019-07-27 [Bulatlat]

Broken promise: Philippines Duterte vetoes bill on short-term contracts 2019-07-26 [The Chronicle-Herald]

Union of biggest bus firm in PH files strike notice 2019-07-24 [The Inquirer]

IFJ affiliate accused in communist smear campaign 2019-07-15 [IFJ]

Journalist Eduardo Dizon shot dead following death threats 2019-07-12 [IFJ]

Bacolod labor unions support bus firms’ creators in family feud 2019-07-09 [The Inquirer]

Govt cheers deeds; labor jeers anti-SOT tack 2019-07-08 [The Mirror]

Food firm sues 17 workers after Laguna strike 2019-07-08 [The Inquirer]

Violence erupts as Nutriasia workers go on strike in Laguna 2019-07-06 [The Inquirer]

UNI PLC gains formal recognition from the Philippine’s Labor Department 2019-07-05 [UNI Global Union]

CHR urges action as Philippines among worst countries for workers 2019-07-03 [Philstar]

TUCP cites DOST-FNRI findings on malnutrition 2019-06-30 [The Star]

Pepmaco guards attack sleeping workers, 12 injured 2019-06-28 [Bulatlat]

BWI condemns murder of Trade Union Organizer 2019-06-25 [BWI]

Murder has no place in industrial relations 2019-06-25 [BWI]

Worker Rights Assailed Worldwide: Report 2019-06-20 [Solidarity Ctr]

Sumitomo Corp. under fire over labor dispute and rights abuses at Philippines banana plantation 2019-06-19 [The Times]

Japan's Sumitomo under fire over labour disute in Phillipines 2019-06-19 [KyodoNews]

Japan's Sumitomo under fire over labor dispute in Philippines 2019-06-18 [Kyodo News]

Duterte turns death squads on political activists 2019-06-17 [Foriegnpolicy.com]

Court decision on Maga's case, unjust, anti-union 2019-06-14 [SIGTUR]

International group calls on Bello to investigate killings of local labor leaders 2019-06-11 [BusinessWorld]

Outrage at murder of trade unionist in the Philippines 2019-06-10 [ITUC]

Zagu workers go on strike to protest ‘union busting, contractualization’ 2019-06-07 [The Inquirer]

Labor organizer shot dead in Cavite during meeting with workers 2019-06-02 [PhilStar]

Men with knives attack protesting Holcim workers  ActNOW!  2019-06-02 [Davao Today]

Overworked, underpaid: Teachers renew cry over low pay, poor working conditions 2019-05-30 [ABS-CBN]

Labor groups ask employers to address ‘burnout’ among their workers 2019-05-28 [The Bulletin]

Groups urge firms to take better care of workers’ health 2019-05-28 [The Inquirer]

IFJ affiliate targeted in red-tagging incident 2019-05-28 [IFJ]

Innovative union organizing strategies tackled in Philippine workshop 2019-05-27 [IndustriALL]

American Call Center Workers Rally for Their Filipino Counterparts 2019-05-24 [Am Prospect]

Is Duterte Drumming Up a Red Scare in the Philippines? 2019-05-16 [The Diplomat]

Media named in alleged plot to ‘overthrow’ Duterte administration 2019-05-16 [IFJ]

Meet the women succeeding in the fishing industry 2019-05-14 [Equal Times]

Fast guide: Pro-worker senatorial bets 2019-05-11 [Bulatlat]

Filipino Labor union leader seeks U.S. support 2019-05-06 [Star Advertiser]

Feminist groups call for a women’s strike 2019-05-06 [Bulatlat]

TUCP slams wage hike rejection 2019-05-05 [The Standard]

Prostrate workers and the vanishing trade unions 2019-05-04 [The Times]

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