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1 March 2005

[PDF] Human Security, Corporate Accountability and the Regulation of Trade and Investment

Author: Penelope Simons, Canadian Consortium on Human Security, Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia

Part I of this paper examines how transnational corporate activity can violate or contribute to violations of human rights and human security...Part II...examines the relationship between the regulation of international trade, TNC activity under trade...

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28 April 2003

Coffee-makers' huge profits leave a bitter taste

Author: Stathi Paxinos, The Age [Australia]

Aid and fair trade organisations accuse the world's major coffee roasters of making huge profits out of impoverished growers in developing countries, whose returns are a fraction of retail prices. They say the price paid for green coffee is so low...

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4 April 2003

Coffee Campaign - Take Action! What's that in your coffee?

Author: Oxfam America

Plummeting coffee prices have caused a global humanitarian crisis...Please ask Procter & Gamble - maker of Folgers and Millstone - to help end the crisis by including Fair Trade Certified coffee in their products.

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12 April 2002

Starbucks shares cup of goodwill [USA] - Exec tells DU [Denver University] students, businesses the value of social responsibility

Author: Bruce Finley, Denver Post

...leaders of the movement that blamed Starbucks for the plight of millions of coffee farmers mired in some of the planet's worst poverty say they now are broadening their campaign to target major "can" coffee companies such as Maxwell House and...

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