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AI’s integration in the arts and creative industries sparks debates on ethics and innovation, challenging traditional artistic boundaries.

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Women have mostly benefited from the polarisation of the workforce but the challenge is to keep those gains.

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In most countries around the world, domestic workers are excluded from general labour laws. Indonesia’s Domestic Worker Protection Bill can change that.

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See and embed our interactives: Women across Asia-Pacific continue to take on a larger share of domestic work and caring for family than men.

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Employers have benefited from technological advances for a century. Now it’s employees’ turn.

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Easy to access loans designed for gig workers are almost impossible to refuse. But there’s nearly always a catch.

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The Indo-Pacific has much to lose as global events hinder international cooperation on sustainable development, but it also shows promising examples of success.

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Malaysia has touted its employment law reform as a crackdown on modern slavery, but it could all unravel without a few fixes.

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The reported horrors faced by some migrant workers in Thailand’s fisheries point to a crisis affecting the world.

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The exploitation of workers is a global problem but the issues leading up to the men’s FIFA World Cup have sparked a global conversation about what can be done.

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Nearly 40 million women have left the workforce in India since the turn of the millennium despite an economic boom. Now, there’s a window to reverse the trend.

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