Arbitrary detention

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18 March 2002

Labor group calls on Seoul to ease action on strikers [South Korea]

Author: Koh Han-sun, JoongAng Ilbo [South Korea]

The International Labor Organization urged the South Korean government Saturday to allow labor unions freedom in seeking outside mediation of labor-management disputes. It also demanded that Seoul revise its labor laws, which allow union leaders to be...

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18 March 2002

Laid-Off Chinese Protest En Masse

Author: Christopher Bodeen, Associated Press, in Washington Post

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16 March 2002

Arrests Threaten 10,000 Laid-off Protesters in Liaoyang

Author: China Labour Bulletin

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16 March 2002

Industrial unrest spirals in rust belt of northeast China

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3 March 2002

John Kamm's Third Way [China]

Author: Tina Rosenberg, New York Times Magazine

Kamm's own experience has convinced him that businesses can speak out for human rights and, if they do it right, not put their profits at risk. In December, he met with the American Chamber of Commerce in Beijing to try to persuade it to press the...

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23 January 2002

Enron: History of Human Rights Abuse in India

Author: Human Rights Watch

The human rights abuses that plagued the Enron Corporation's Dabhol power plant in India from 1992 to 1998 demonstrate the need for U.S. government agencies to scrutinize such controversial projects more closely, Human Rights Watch said today.

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21 January 2002

International Day of Action in support for imprisoned Korean trade unionists: the harassment, intimidation and imprisonment of trade unionists has continued in South Korea

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21 January 2002

International Day of Action in support for imprisoned Korean trade unionists: the harassment, intimidation and imprisonment of trade unionists has continued in South Korea

Author: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

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12 January 2002

DSP [Deputy-Superintendent of Police] CIA admits to wrongful confinement of PC [Pearl-Continental Hotel] employees [Pakistan]

Author: The News-Jang Group of Newspapers [Pakistan]

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11 January 2002

KARACHI: Workers kept in illegal detention

Author: Dawn [Pakistan]

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