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27 February 2003

Rural education can cut pesticide deaths - report

Author: Reuters

Agrochemical giants must make amends for pesticide-caused deaths by funding rural education in the developing world and phasing out their most dangerous chemicals, an environmental group [Environmental Justice Foundation] said yesterday...Monsanto.....

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1 January 2003

Rural education can cut pesticide deaths - report

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1 January 2003

[PDF] [full report] What's your poison? Health threats posed by pesticides in developing countries

Author: Environmental Justice Foundation

An estimated three million reported cases of pesticide associated acute poisoning occur annually, resulting in 220,000 deaths. 99% of these occur in the developing world...[page 21 of report lists recommendations to the Agrochemical Industry, including...

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22 November 2002

Sweatshop campaigners demand Gap boycott

Author: Felicity Lawrence, Guardian [UK]

Union appeals to shoppers as evidence from factory workers alleges exploitative conditions...They [activists] presented a New York conference yesterday with documented evidence of "abusive working conditions" collected from interviews with 200 people...

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18 October 2002

Former U.N. official urges an 'ethical globalization'

Author: Yale Bulletin & Calendar

One of the most important questions facing the world today is "how do we build an ethical globalization which bridges the current divides between north and south, rich and poor, secular and religious?" said Mary Robinson, former president of Ireland...

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17 October 2002

NATURAL RESOURCES: Consumer Demand Still Fueling Wars, NGO Says

Author: UN Wire

A new report released today by the nongovernmental Worldwatch Institute urges better monitoring of trade in natural resources taken from conflict zones, saying that such imports fuel brutal conflicts in the developing world..."Brutal wars over natural...

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16 October 2002

FROM WAR ZONES TO SHOPPING MALLS: New study reveals deadly link between consumer demand and third world resource wars

Author: Worldwatch Insititute

...Child and slave labor is used to extract the resources...Renner [Michael Renner, author of The Anatomy of Resource Wars] calls for the following actions:...Develop corporate codes of conduct in resource extraction industries, support NGO campaigns...

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16 October 2002

NATURAL RESOURCES: Consumer Demand Still Fueling Wars, NGO Says

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2 October 2002

ILO gives Cambodian garment factories thumbs up

Author: Reuters

The International Labour Organisation (ILO) gave working conditions in Cambodia's garment factories a relatively clean bill of health on Wednesday, saying there was scant evidence of forced or child labour.

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1 September 2002

Fourth Synthesis Report on the Working Conditions Situation in Cambodia's Garment Sector

Author: International Labour Organization

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