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KMU logo The Kilusang Mayo Uno is an independent labor center in the Philippines promoting genuine, militant and anti-imperialist trade unionism. It follows in the fighting tradition of the country's first trade union, the Union Impresores y Litografos de Filipinas in 1892 and the Congress of Labor Organizations (CLO) of the 1950's. read more

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2014/03/03 - 1:25pm

Marking the 25th year of Republic Act 6715, otherwise known as the Herrera Law, workers led by national labor center Kilusang Mayo Uno marched to...

2014/03/02 - 2:24pm

On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of Republic Act 6715 or the Herrera Law, we reiterate our call for the said law’s immediate junking. It...

2014/02/28 - 10:08am

National labor center Kilusang Mayo Uno condemned the Manila Electric Co. for trying to raise power rates even as the Temporary Restraining Order...

2014/02/28 - 10:07am

National labor center Kilusang Mayo Uno condemned the Chinese government today for the Chinese coast guard’s assault of Filipino fishermen using...

2014/02/27 - 1:04pm

Commemorating the successful uprising which brought down the Marcos dictatorship, national labor center Kilusang Mayo Uno said that there has been...

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