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.

Going by the book: a sustainable alternative to precarious work in China


China’s internet platforms are playing an increasingly dominant role in dictating labour relations in the new economy, and workers are paying the price. However, one company shows that simply complying with the law and giving workers proper employment contracts is still a more sustainable business model.

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.

Pushing the trade union to take gender discrimination in China seriously


College student Xiao Chunqing takes China’s trade unions to task for their failure to tackle blatant gender discrimination in recruitment advertisements

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.

Long hours and endless pressure: China’s nurses are near breaking point


There is an urgent need for hospital trade unions to support their members and ensure all medical workers can earn a decent salary in a safe working environment.

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