‘HIV/AIDS is not popularly connected with labour issues’. This statement was the heading for the Asian Labour Update invitation for contributions to this edition of the magazine – an invitation I gladly accepted.
There are many issues within the topic ‘HIV/AIDS in the workplace’ which are relevant to Vietnam today. This paper deals with the need for HIV/AIDS programming for mobile women in factories in Vietnam, because this need is mainly unrecognised even where HIV/AIDS programmes are available.
This book is more than a review of labour law, it is the only comprehensive review available of labour law in the Asia Pacific region. It investigates the impact of labour law on workers in 30 countries. It analyses trade union and labour activists’ responses to changes in labour law, and examines what labour law means for workers’ daily lives. Each chapter representing a country can be downloaded country wise for download below.