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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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Article
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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Article
1 January 2001

Multinationality and corporate ethics: codes of conduct in the sporting goods industry

Author: Ans Kolk & Rob van Tulder, Journal of International Business Studies

...Six companies (Nike, Reebok, Puma, Mizuno, Asics, Adidas and Mizuno, of which only the first four have a code), three business support groups (AAMA, AFA, AIP), three social interest groups (CEPAA, CCC, AHRC) and three international organisations ...

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1 June 2000

The Dark Side of Football: Child and adult labour in India's football industry and the role of FIFA

Author: India Committee of the Netherlands

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1 January 1998

Summary of football codes (FIFA code and Sialkot code)

Author: in "Codes of Conduct for Multinationals", International Labour Organization

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