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9 August 2002
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Autor/in: International Office for Migration

...Many children go to the Dominican Republic for a few months and then return, but some decide to stay there permanently, joining the ranks of a large informal sector of low-wage farm workers. They live under extremely precarious conditions, in terms...

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9 August 2002
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Autor/in: Organización Internacional para las Migraciones

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9 August 2002
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Autor/in: Organisation internationale pour les migrations

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28 February 2002
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Autor/in: Michael Seltzer, BEST - Business Enterprises for Sustainable Travel, Conference Board

In anticipation of next year's World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa, the travel and tourism industry is taking stock of what it has accomplished since the Rio summit. What can the industry report in Johannesburg? ...

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1 December 2001
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Autor/in: Child Labour News Service

The US and Dominican government will earmark $1.6 billion to root out exploitative child labour.

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Artikel
1 November 2001
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Autor/in: EFE News Service

A new study on child labor in the Dominican Republic indicated that 428,720 Dominican children must work in order to survive and that their educations suffer because of this reality.

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Artikel
7 August 2001
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Autor/in: UNITE [Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees]

A first-of-its-kind international anti-sweatshop coalition - comprised of labor organizations, religious leaders and civil rights groups from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Thailand, Nicaragua, Hong Kong, Guatemala, Honduras and the Dominican...

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24 May 2001
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Autor/in: Canute James, Financial Times

The Dominican Republic government will impose strict environmental standards on the company it selects to invest about $750m in reopening and working the country's main gold mine, which was closed five years ago.

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Artikel
1 February 2001
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Autor/in: Oxfam GB

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