Throwing labor activists in jail won’t solve China’s structural problems
"Structural problems like industrial restructuring, relocations, and downsizing cannot be removed by repressing civil society," says Chris Chan, a sociology professor at the City University of Hong Kong. The crackdown on workers’ rights activists is the subject of a recent complaint filed by the International Labor Organization.
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