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6 opposition parties agree to unite against Abe’s labor deregulation move

Six opposition parties, including the Japanese Communist Party, agreed to work together to foil the Abe government’s attempt to submit to the current Diet session bills related to PM Abe’s “work-style reform” policy which legalizes unpaid overtime.

Union succeeds in having dismissal plan canceled at national institute

The labor union at Japan's largest national research body, the National Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN), has successfully pressed the RIKEN authority to withdraw its plan to dismiss a large number of fixed-term RIKEN workers.

Symposium held to talk about 'Me Too' movement

The international NGO Human Rights Now held a symposium to talk about the "Me Too" movement, a hashtag campaign on social media spreading around the world to help victims raise their voices against sexual assault and harassment.

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8K people rally to say 'Good-bye' to nuclear power plants


Seeking to create a Japan without nuclear power generation, 8,000 people gathered in a Tokyo park. ...
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