Two Burmese labour rights groups said Burma’s authorities had blocked them from operating in Thailand because they had criticised recruitment practices as “legal human trafficking”.
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Burmese migrant workers in a garment factory in northern Thailand’s Mae Sot are striking over unpaid wages and long working hours.
Opposition groups say Burmese government must enact legislation that protects workers, as 30 labuor activists remain behind bars
Mar 19, 2009 (DVB), Underage workers at a garment factory in Rangoon's New Dagon township have complained of labour rights abuses by their employers after being forced to work unpaid[…]
The United States places China on its global list of the worst offenders in human trafficking, while Burma is upgraded to the Tier 2 Watch List of nations deserving special scrutiny, from Tier 3, which includes countries not complying with minimum US standards and making no significant effort to do so.