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26 May 2005

Thai mining conflict feared fatal

Author: Vincent MacIsaac, Asia Times

Thai villagers battling a Canadian company's 12-year effort to dig a massive mine beneath them are preparing for the conflict to turn fatal, as the company, Asia Pacific Resources (APR), intensifies its efforts to obtain its long-delayed mining lease.....

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25 May 2005

Colombia : Unions appeal to Europe and ILO

Author: André Linard, InfoSud

In the run-up to the International Labour Conference and the trade negotiations between Europe and Andean countries, Colombian unions denounce anti-union repression and worsening work conditions... [The delegates report states]...from 1 January to 20...

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25 May 2005
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Author: André Linard, InfoSud

Al aproximarse la Conferencia Internacional del Trabajo...los sindicatos colombianos denuncian en Bruselas la represión antisindical y el empobrecimiento generalizado del mundo laboral...Los miembros de la delegación comentan que además de ser violenta...

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25 May 2005
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Author: André Linard, InfoSud

A l’approche de la Conférence internationale du Travail...les syndicats colombiens dénoncent à Bruxelles la répression antisyndicale et l’appauvrissement généralisé du monde du travail...Violente, la répression est aussi rampante... >, a expliqué la...

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24 May 2005

[DOC] G.P. Garments (supplier to Belgian firm Dress Confect) letter of response to Neil Kearney, General Secretary of the International Textile, Garment and Leather Workers’ Federation (ITGLWF) [Sri Lanka]

Author: Stefan Van Ende, Director, G.P. Garments

[G.P. Garments company response to ITGLWF article comprehensively outlines the company's position in relation to labour rights issues raised. Stefan Van Ende, Director of G.P. Garments says]...I do not think that any other garment factory in the Zone...

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20 May 2005

Sexual harassment: A growing social problem [China]

Author: china.org.cn

...the workplace [in China] is...fertile ground for sexual harassment...In the case of career women, offenders typically abuse their authority of office, combining threats of discharge or defamation with inducements of promotions and pay rises, in a...

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19 May 2005

Alleged threat with noose leads to lawsuit by EEOC - Black worker claims foreman used racial slurs [USA]

Author: L.M. Sixel, Houston Chronicle

Allegations that a black worker was racially harassed by a foreman who threatened him with a hangman's noose and repeated racial slurs led to a suit against two La Porte companies [Phoenix Services and Phoenix Industrial Service] by the Equal...

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17 May 2005

Philippines: Minister threatens campaigners

Author: Survival International

The Philippines' Environment Minister has threatened local and foreign campaigners with arrest if they continue to 'agitate communities'. The move is a response to criticisms of TVI [TVI (Toronto Ventures Incorporated) Pacific], the Canadian mining...

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16 May 2005

Ecuadorian & Canadian NGOs file complaint in Canada alleging Ascendant Copper project in Ecuador violates international environmental standards

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16 May 2005

[DOC] International Textile, Garment and Leather Workers’ Federation (ITGLWF) – excerpted letter regarding labour issues at Sri Lankan factory of G.P. Garments, a supplier of Belgian firm Dress Confect

Author: International Textile, Garment and Leather Workers' Federation (ITGLWF)

[This ITGLWF statement follows on from the recent ITGLWF article "Belgium's Dress Confect Slammed over Labour Rights Abuses in Sri Lanka"]...the problems at GP Garments remain unresolved...The situation has now deteriorated to the point where the...

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