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7 June 2006
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Author: Organización Internacional del Trabajo

En medio de la expectativa...por la Copa Mundial de Fútbol...la Organización Internacional del Trabajo (OIT) decidió sacarle una "tarjeta roja" de expulsión al trabajo infantil, como parte de una serie de actividades...para conmemorar el Día Mundial...

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24 May 2006

Sportswear industry Offside! on workers’ rights

Author: Oxfam

As top sportswear brands prepare to showcase their wares at this year’s FIFA World Cup in Germany, behind the scenes many sportswear workers in Asia who attempt to unionise are facing intimidation or dismissal, according to a report...by Oxfam...

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24 May 2002

Football Dreams Stitched with Children's Hands: India, China and Pakistan Still Harbour Child Labourers and Unfair Labour Conditions

Author: Global March Against Child Labour

Child labour and highly unfair labour conditions for adult stitchers in the football industry are still common practices, despite the fact that the contracts between FIFA and sporting goods companies promise the opposite. This was revealed by the...

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23 May 2002

FIFA Bags Top Health Award: World Cup To Be Tobacco Free

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23 May 2002

FIFA Bags Top Health Award: World Cup To Be Tobacco Free

Author: World Health Organization

The World Health Organization’s highest tobacco control award will be given to the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) in recognition of its tobacco control work, culminating in its decision to declare the 2002 World Cup tobacco...

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30 March 2002

FIFA fury over S. Korean tobacco move

Author: Daily Yomiuri [Japan]

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30 March 2002

TOBACCO: FIFA Denounces Link To Industry, Upholds WHO Agreement

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21 January 2002

Kick Child Labor Out of Soccer, Groups Urge

Author: Kalyani, OneWorld South Asia

Child rights groups last week launched a new campaign calling on the world's soccer authority, the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), to take tougher action to ban the use of soccer balls made by children, particularly in...

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17 January 2002

Child Labour in the Shadow of the World Cup

Author: Global March against Child Labour

With only 5 months left until the 2002 FIFA World Cup kicks off in Japan and Korea, activists from around the world are putting increasing pressure on FIFA and national football teams to make this championship the first international sporting event...

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