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Author: UN Wire
Indigenous people in Guatemala still face racial, ethnic and cultural discrimination although the country signed a human rights agreement more than seven years ago, the U.N. Verification Mission in the country (MINUGUA) said yesterday in a new report....
Author: Maquila Solidarity Network
Choishin and Cimatextiles - Liz Claiborne supply factories in Guatemala
First-of-its-kind international anti-sweatshop coalition launches new campaign demanding retailer responsibility for global sweatshop crisis
Author: UNITE [Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees]
A first-of-its-kind international anti-sweatshop coalition - comprised of labor organizations, religious leaders and civil rights groups from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Thailand, Nicaragua, Hong Kong, Guatemala, Honduras and the Dominican...
Author: press release, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility
The Independent Monitoring Working Group (IMWG) released a report today on the history and development of independent factory monitoring initiatives in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.
A COVERCO Special Report: Liz Claiborne International's Standards of Engagement and the Unionization of Two Supplier Factories in Guatemala
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Author: US/LEAP - U.S. Labor Education in the Americas Project
Union supporters placed under siege in garment factories that produce for Liz Claiborne; Will Liz Claiborne and the Guatemalan Government take appropriate action?
Author: Independent Monitoring Working Group
Author: Frances Robles, Miami Herald
The verdicts were hailed as a sign that Guatemala's history of violence against labor leaders is easing