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12 December 2001
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Autor/in: Financial Times

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12 December 2001
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Autor/in: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

Borrowing a tactic from anti-sweatshop campaigns, tomato pickers seek a sustainable living wage by appealing to Taco Bell, the primary purchaser of the tomatoes they pick.

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7 December 2001
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7 December 2001
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Autor/in: UN Wire

Child rights activists in Nicaragua have said the country's children are increasingly becoming victims of Internet-based child pornography, sex tourism along the country's borders and prostitution in the country's ports...Save the Children Alliance...

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7 December 2001
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Autor/in: Rosario Mendoza Corea, La Prensa [Nicaragua]

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1 December 2001
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Autor/in: Associated Press, in Child Labour News Service

Three chicken restaurants in Akron, Ohio are facing as much as $119,050 in fines for allowing 14- and 15-year-olds to work prohibited hours and handle duties that are off-limits to young workers.

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12 November 2001
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Autor/in: Allison Linn, Associated Press

Starbucks Coffee on Monday unveiled a plan to pay coffee suppliers up to 10 cents more per pound if they protect the environment and abide by local minimum wage and worker safety laws.

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1 November 2001
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Autor/in: Li Qiang, China Labor Watch

There is no overtime pay...After all kinds of deductions, the average salary per hour is 13 cents. Many workers have to work 120 days consecutively before getting one day off...To fight for their rights, the workers have organized strikes, tried to...

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22 October 2001
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Autor/in: Deborah James, Global Exchange

On Friday Starbucks announced new programs related to Fair Trade Certified coffee, including the commitment to purchase 1 million pounds of coffee over the next 18 months. Global Exchange is pleased about any increase in the amount of Fair Trade...

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19 October 2001
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Autor/in: Kathy Mulady, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Starbucks Coffee announced yesterday that it will buy a million pounds of Fair Trade Certified coffee within the next 18 months, and also is giving $1 million to be used for capital investments, quality improvement, credit, and other initiatives to...

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