More Workers Seek Education, And Other News

By The News Jun 17, 2009

photo credit: Mario Quiroz/Casa de Md Day Laborers Return to School While the unemployment rate is at 9.4 percent, training programs have been successful in graduating workers who are interested in acquiring new skills. High Court Continues Ruling on Deportation The Supreme Court unanimously decided that financial loses don’t have an impact in dealing with a deportation matter. U.S. Should Address Racism, Says U.N. Expert After touring the U.S. and analyzing instances of racial and ethnic discrimination, a United Nations special rapporteur offered suggestions to address racism in front of U.N. Human Rights Council yesterday. Human Trafficking Rising Due to Recession An annual report released by the State Department found that the worldwide economic crisis has increased the number of trafficked people across the globe.