Indestructible Flames, Unbreakable Struggles: HKCTU Statement on the 31st Anniversary of June 4th Massacre
Though the unionists faced massive detention and crackdown, they planted the seeds of labour struggles all over the place. After thirty-one years, the flame has not been extinguished and the struggle will continue. The Hong Kong independent labour movement will certainly carry this spirit on.
Hong Kong National Security Law: Death of One Country Two Systems Freedom is at stake
The unilateral imposition of such a controversial legislation by the Chinese government, bypassing all legislative and administrative procedures under Hong Kong law, will certainly undermine Hong Kong’s freedoms and the rule of law and destroy the already damaged “One country, two systems” and “High degree of autonomy”.
“Prohibition on Group Gathering” Suppresses Public Demonstration
The social distancing laws were originally designed to respond to public health emergencies to maintain social distance and reduce the spread of coronavirus, but it has now become a tool for suppressing demonstrations.
Trade unions front, the way to struggles: HKCTU statement on International Workers' Day 2020
This year, in the Labour Day action, we reiterate the importance of the trade union front. This is one of the paths that must be taken. Facing the CPC's belligerence, we must be prepared to respond to tyranny with more progressive means.
85% Workers in Hong Kong Affected by COVID-19! HKCTU Proposes Cash Allowance to Workers NOW!!!
The Confederation of Trade Unions collected nearly 400 surveys between March 23 and April 3, 2020 looking at how different workers are being affected against the backdrop of COVID-19 and would like to provide suggestions for the protection of the rights of the workforce.