Sep. 21  2020
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Statement of Korean Government Employees Union (KGEU)
  The Korean Government Employees Union (KGEU, President Cha Bong-Cheon) -the hope of 900,000 government workers - is angered, together with the people of Korea, at the outbreak of police violence at the peaceful pre-rally ceremonies that were taking place at Hanyang University.

Video of police raid at the rally: Realplayer | WindowsMedia
- The video is in Korean, but no translation is needed to show the brutality of the police!
Workers, farmers, students protest government policies
Last weekend, large masses of workers, farmers, and students held a series of protests against a variety of policies by the South Korean government.

Release KCTU President Dan Byung-ho, KCTU-KMWF President Mun Sung-hyun, and All Imprisoned Workers in Korea
- 2002.-0.1-/ BASE21

Workers in 16 Countries Across the World Call for the Release of Imprisoned Workers in Korea
- 2002.-0.1-/ BASE21

[AWN 121] Question About Unpaid Salary
- 2002.-0.1-/ BASE21 News Desk

[AWN 121] Cutting wages and restriction in Hongkong and Taiwan
- 2002.-0.1-/ BASE21

[AWN 121] Research on Foreign Trainees in Yangsan
- 2002.-0.1-/ BASE21 News Desk

[AWN 121]Meeting Between Counter Interest Groups, Can make a agreement with each other?
- 2002.-0.1-/ BASE21 News Desk

[AWN 121] 2002, Step by Step with Migrant Workers
- 2002.-0.1-/ BASE21

[AWN 121] 2002 Year of Big Changes
- 2002.-0.1-/ BASE21

Migrant Workers Should Organize and Struggle for Their Own Labor Rights
- 2002.-0.1-/ BASE21

Stop Government Crackdown, Guarantee Labor Rights for Migrant Workers
- 2001.-1.2-/ BASE21

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