More than 80% of labour disputes in China are solved through mediation, but the processes do not eliminate the antagonism.▶
A Glimpse Into Life Stories in the World’s Factory - Part 2 on migrant workersFor ethical reasons relating to the author’s ongoing research, the names of the town and the people in this article are all fictitious.In part 1 of this blog, I dis...▶
If China is the world’s factory, then Qingyang town represents the forefront of production.▶
Yedan Li, LL.M., LL.B. is a PhD researcher at the University of Amsterdam, faculty of law, with a research topic: Court Mediation with Chinese Characteristics? Lessons from Labor Courts. As a social-legal researcher, she has been working with courts, labor bureaus and mediation centers in China. Her research interests include ADR, court studies and labor disputes resolution in China.