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20 November 2001

Discrimination ruling could benefit working fathers [Scotland, UK]

Author: Scotland Today

Working fathers across the country are set to benefit from a landmark sex discrimation case, in which a mechanic from East Lothian challenged his employers for refusing to let him work part-time.

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20 November 2001

Hundreds attend Corus workers' funerals [Wales, UK]

Author: Guardian [UK]

More than 1,000 mourners turned out today in the Welsh town of Port Talbot for the funeral of a 25-year-old man killed in an explosion at the local Corus steel factory...Mr Galsworthy was the first of the three steelworkers killed in the blast to be...

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20 November 2001

Working father's victory in sex bias case over childcare [Scotland, UK]

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14 November 2001

British Engineering Company Withdraws from Ilisu Dam Project [Turkey]

Author: Environment News Service

Balfour Beatty, the international engineering, construction and services group, has decided to pull out of the controversial Ilisu Dam project in Turkey. The decision follows a thorough and extensive evaluation of the commercial, environmental and...

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13 November 2001

Report looks at age discrimination [Northern Ireland]

Author: BBC News

Age discrimination in Northern Ireland means older people suffer inequalities in social and health care, housing and education. These are the findings of a report for the Human Rights Commission published on Tuesday.

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Article
9 November 2001

Oxford Business School funded by arms broker

Author: Pippa Gallop, Corporate Watch [UK]

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9 November 2001

The WTO's Hidden Agenda

Author: Greg Palast, special to CorpWatch

Three confidential documents from inside the World Trade Organization Secretariat and a group of captains of London finance, who call themselves the "British Invisibles," reveal the extraordinary secret entanglement of industry with government in...

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Article
6 November 2001

Cape plc Opens Talks With South African Asbestos Victims: First breakthrough in compensation campaign?

Author: International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers' Unions [ICEM]

Cape mined asbestos in South Africa for almost a century. "Children were employed, unprotected, in the most hazardous tasks of sorting asbestos with their bare hands and trampling it with their bare feet," recalled ICEM General Secretary Fred Higgs in...

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6 November 2001

Green groups plan fresh Esso garage protests in UK

Author: Reuters

Green activists said yesterday they will descend on hundreds of Esso garages across Britain and Ireland on December 1 to urge motorists to boycott the oil giant because of its stance on global warming.

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6 November 2001

Green groups plan fresh Esso garage protests in UK

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