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7 August 2006
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7 August 2006

Flower Power - But Not for the Workers [Colombia]

Author: Helda Martínez, IPS

The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Colombia and the United States that could be signed in October or November this year will maintain the tariff exemptions already enjoyed by Colombia's flourishing flower industry. But there are no plans for...

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9 August 2006
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Author: Helda Martínez, IPS

El Tratado de Libre Comercio (TLC) de Colombia y Estados Unidos, que podría firmarse entre octubre y noviembre de este año, mantendrá la exención de aranceles...[de la] floricultura colombiana. Pero no se prevén mejores ingresos y condiciones laborales...

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17 August 2006
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Author: Rel-UITA [Nicaragua]

La lucha de los ex trabajadores y trabajadoras del banano y del azúcar afectados por los agrotóxicos en Nicaragua ha sido respaldada por diferentes organizaciones de la sociedad civil nicaraguense, entre ellas se destaca el apoyo de la Red de Mujeres...

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17 August 2006
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18 August 2006

Social Responsibility

Author: Dole

As an internationally recognized company with worldwide operations, Dole strives to demonstrate leadership in the communities in which it operates, in the workplace and in environmental management. We invite you to learn more about Dole’s activities...

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30 August 2006

Environment watchdog formed to monitor pineapple plantation [Philippines]

Author: Philippine Information Agency

Pineapple growers in Maasim, Sarangani and the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) have created a multi-partite monitoring team (MMT) for pineapple plantations. The MMT shall monitor project compliance with the Environmental Management Plan and...

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19 October 2006

Colombia: Workers say Dole closed 2 flower farms because they had formed a successful union - company cites financial reasons

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19 October 2006
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Author: Joshua Goodman, AP

Cuando los trabajadores de la más grande granja de flores formaron un sindicato hace unos años, lograron evitar largas jornadas de trabajos y la exposición a pesticidas peligrosos, entre otros abusos. Pero...organizarse puede haberles costado también...

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21 October 2006

Globalization wilts flowering industry [Colombia]

Author: Joshua Goodman, AP

When workers at Colombia's largest flower grower organized themselves into a union...they won protections against overly long hours, potentially dangerous exposure to pesticides, and other abuses. But…the effort also may have cost the employees at the...

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