“Cambodians have suffered enough; they deserve to live in peace… and happiness”
Ministry will prioritize issue of traffic accidents involving garment factory workers.
A unionist requests a new affordable housing policy for garment workers.
Authorities in Chom Chao I commune met with landlords to reduce rent hikes.
Kampong Speu provincial court on Saturday , April 6, interned and filed charges against one of the truck drivers involved in the accident that injured 12 garment workers, eight seriously.
A dozen garment workers were injured, including five who lost their arms, in a traffic accident yesterday in Odong district.
Number of workers who delivered babies and received bonuses rose significantly.
PM appeals to W&D owners to allow over 1,000 garment workers to return to work.
Labour Ministry and Unesco are to expand the Basic Education Equivalent Project.
Rallying W&D workers express difficulty in negotiating with the Labour Ministry.
PM calls on Cambodian Labour Confederation president to stop encouraging protests.
PM calls on Cambodian Labour Confederation President Ath Thorn to stop urging protest.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has ordered all district governors in Phnom Penh not to take part in his public gatherings and should focus more on their daily works to deal with all issues.
PM says he is contemplating an amendment concerning an unexpected death of a pm.
Health Minister spent $21 million providing healthcare to garment workers last year.
NSSF has paid out nearly $1.3 million to around 13,000 garment workers new-moms.
A representative of the W&D Garment Company says it lost about $1 million.
In the first two months of this year the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) paid out over $1.3 million to nearly 13,000 garment workers who gave birth in that time period.
The Labour Ministry has reported a sharp drop in the number of strikes and demonstrations involving garment workers last year.
Number of garment workers who died in accidents sharply dropped, says report.
Security forces prevent garment factory workers from marching to PM residence.
Hundreds of security forces today prevented almost a thousand garment factory workers from marching to the home of Prime Minister Hun Sen in order to seek intervention.
The Cambodian government asks all workers, especially garment workers, to carry on as usual and not worry about the possible withdrawal
Dozens mark the 15th anniversary of former FTU leader Chea Vichea’s death.
More than 400 garment workers from Long Victory International yesterday held a protest over fears that the company plans to shutter operations.
Dozens of unionists, garment workers and members of civil society marked the 15-year anniversary of former Free Trade Union leader Chea Vichea’s death today by holding a religious ceremony and urging police to speed up an investigation into his murder.
More than 2,000 garment workers from Kingmakers (Cambodia) Footwear in Svay Rieng province’s Bavet city yesterday held a protest to demand 50 percent of their monthly wages.
The Svay Rieng administration issues a statement saying striking garment workers from the Bai Hong factory are not yet considered official employees by the factory, noting they did not have the right to form a local union.
The Bangladeshi government raises the pay of millions of garment workers.
More than 500 Quantum Clothing garment factory workers are on strike over missing benefits and wages.