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16 November 2007
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Autor/in: Courrier International

Un groupe d'activistes d'Ouzbékistan, le deuxième producteur mondial de coton, a lancé...un appel au boycottage du coton et du textile ouzbeks, dont la production repose sur le travail des enfants et des étudiants, selon le webzine centrasiatique...

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15 November 2007
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15 November 2007
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Autor/in: Civil society activists of Uzbekistan

The practice of forced child labour is continuing in Uzbekistan since the Soviet times. Not only has it not been still abolished since then, but on the contrary, has become even more horrific… In order to break this vicious system, it is necessary to...

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2 November 2007
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Autor/in: Ferghana.Ru [Russia]

...the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Great Britain categorically denounces the use of children in agriculture...[as] a response to the recent BBC program on the use of children in cotton picking...Embassy officials maintain that children...

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31 October 2007
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Autor/in: Andrew Stroehlein, Director of Media and Information for the International Crisis Group

“There’s hope for British journalism yet”, is how a former colleague summed up BBC 2 Newsnight’s fantastic package...showing how Uzbekistan’s systematic use of child slave labour in the cotton fields shores up one of the most brutal regimes in the...

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31 October 2007
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Autor/in: BBC Newsnight

Clothes retailers have been reacting throughout the day with emotions ranging from anxiety to anger and in some cases outright indifference to our revelations last night at the use of children to harvest cotton in Uzbekistan. [Responses by ASDA (part...

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30 October 2007
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30 October 2007
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Autor/in: BBC Newsnight

As part of a special report we filmed children in Uzbekistan being forced to work in cotton fields instead of going to school. [refers to Asda (part of Wal-Mart), Plexus]

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30 October 2007
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Autor/in: BBC Newsnight

Human rights groups estimate some 450,000 children...are shut out of schools and working in the cotton fields of Uzbekistan every harvest. [Refers to Asda (part of Wal-Mart), Matalan, Topman (Topshop, part of Arcadia), Burton (part of Arcadia), Plexus...

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16 October 2007
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Autor/in: Marina Kozlova, Business Week

Many Uzbek nationals leave their families and homes because of high unemployment rates and low wages in their native country and head to other former Soviet republics seeking work. What they find, however, is slavery...in [sectors such as] construction...

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