Malaysian law oppresses workers

A groundbreaking union report has found that Malaysian law severely restrict workers in their ability to organise at the workplace, and to bargain collectively.

The report by the ITUC on core labour standards in Malaysia, published to coincide with the World Trade Organisation's (WTO) review of their trade policies, has found many workers barred from exercising their right to organise, to collectively bargain and to strike. Migrants' suffer from blatant disregard of their rights, including the use of violence.

Read the full report here.