Indonesia and Colombia both enjoy strong economic growth, but it is far from safe to engage in trade union work in these countries. A new generation of union leaders is now shaping the right to organization and right to collective bargaining. In Indonesia millions of people take to the streets and in Colombia the largest coalmine of the country lays idle for a month. The strength of the trade unions is growing, but their leaders are under high pressure and their lives are at stake. For how long will this go right?