The biggest challenge to the sex industry in Japan is that it is difficult to identify problems. Due to discriminatory attitudes of national legislation and society against sex work, sex workers cannot obtain information and do not have adequate systems for dealing with problems.
WTO is an acronym that seems to be on everyone's lips, meaning World Trade Organisation. The Swiss headquarters has a permanent staff of over 500. Obviously such a large organisation has many facets. We will try to look at the most important aspects of the WTO to date, the effects it has on labour, and look at what it might like to achieve in the upcoming round of negotiations.
Informations Ouvrieres: On November 15, 1999, high-ranking U.S. and Chinese officials signed an agreement in Beijing that is meant to pave the way for China's entry into the World Trade Organization. What can you tell us about this agreement?
For too long, the powers that be have gotten away with it.
Giant transnational corporations as well as medium-scale, locally owned enterprises have for too long neglected the issue of occupational safety on the ground that to invest in health and safety would be too heavy a financial burden.