Collective Bargaining Rally 2014
HKCTU organized an annual rally on December 7th 2014 to call for the right to collective bargaining and to demand for 7% pay rise. The rally went to different headquarters of big corporates such as Swire, Cheung Kong and the Government Headquarter. The protesters wrote down their wishes on yellow ribbon and put it on the gate of government headquarters.
Instant Update for Umbrella Movement
A large number of people are strongly discontented with the continuous attack on peaceful demonstrators from "Loving Hong Kong force" and "Voice of Loving Hong Kong", over a thousand people come for support, surrounded the mobs, and shouted, "Safeguard student, maintain justice!" Those mobs have been taken photos by the demonstrators; they will certainly report the case and ask the police to enforce the law!
Solidarity Support from the Australian Workers’ Union
The Australian Workers' Union expresses our full support for your members in their struggle for democracy and political reform in Hong Kong and we stand in solidarity with the workers who have courageously embarked on industrial action beginning September 29.
ITUC-AP strongly condemn the police’s crackdown of people’s protest by Hong Kong government
On behalf of the ITUC-Asia Pacific, representing effectively 60 million members of 57 affiliates in 33 countries, I strongly condemn the police's crackdown of people's protest by Hong Kong government for suppressing the freedom of speech and the freedom of assembly in Hong Kong.
KCTU strongly supports the general strike called by HKCTU for democracy!
Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) strongly supports the general strike for democracy called by the HKCTU and urges the Hong Kong and Chinese government to listen the Hong Kong citizen’s demands and start a political reform.
KMU Support for Hong Kong protests
The protests, which were initiated by students and are supported by workers and other sectors of society, express the Chinese people’s demand for a voice in their country. The workers and people of Hong Kong are condemning and opposing the restrictive processes leading to the elections in 2017. The rigid rules on nominations further erode the possibility of holding democratic elections by limiting the candidates to those favored by the Chinese government.