Asia Monitor Resource Center AMRC

Linked with Asian Labour Update ALU.

Asian Labour Update ALU
is a quarterly newsletter examining important labour issues and current events in the Asia-Pacific region from workers’ perspective. It provides information and analysis of issues and stories that are not covered thoroughly by the mainstream media. Primary information sources are grassroots workers’ organisations, regional and international labour groups and development NGOs.
AMRC also publishes books and reports on specific labour issues in Asian countries and in the region as a whole. For more details on what’s available, jump to our Resources page.

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Contact: Asia Monitor Resource Center AMRC, Unit 4, 18 Floor, Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong| Tel: (852) 2332-1346, Fax: (852) 2385-5319, E-mail.

Link: Institution of Occupational Safety and Health IOSH (uk).

About: Asia Monitor Resource Centre (AMRC) is an independent non-government organization (NGO) which focuses on Asian labour concerns. Founded in 1976, AMRC has been leading the way in promoting workers’ rights and democratic labour movements in Asia and the Pacific for over 25 years now.

The Centre supports a democratic and independent labour movement promoting the principles of labour rights, gender consciousness, and active workers’ participation. AMRC provides information, consultation, publications, documentation, and internships, and conducts research, training, advocacy, campaigns, labour networking, and related services to trade unions, pro-labour groups, related NGOs, academics, researchers, and professionals on labour issues.

To help workers become truly empowered, AMRC upholds the following:

  • providing workers with access to information, tools, and skills;
  • promoting men and women working together as equal partners;
  • strengthening international solidarity among workers through the exchange of experiences and ideas;
  • engaging in strategies to help organise workers in a changing society.

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Link: Occupational Safety and Health OSH: Homepage, Contact, Legislation.

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