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Author: Oxfam International Briefing Paper
The richest countries of the world promised to help developing countries halve poverty, reduce child mortality by two thirds, and ensure every child gets a free and good quality primary education. All by 2015. There remains a huge gap between promises...
Author: Ethical Performance magazine
Transco [gas pipeline operator] has applied fresh thinking to long-standing concerns for health and safety with an initiative that has dramatically reduced accidents in the workplace, saved money and demonstrated the company's social responsibility...
Author: Elizabeth Neuffer, Boston Globe
No one questions that a tribunal appointed by Nigeria's dictator, General Sani Abacha, found Saro-Wiwa guilty of murder in a sham trial. No one questions that on Nov. 12, 1995, an executioner hanged him - transforming a man into a martyr. What Saro...
Author: Prof. M.A. Bari, President, Dhaka City Committee of Bangladesh College-University Teachers Association, in The Daily Star [Bangladesh]
Author: Diana Bronson and Lucie Lamarche, Rights & Democracy
Author: Nick Mathiason, Observer [UK]
Under Labour, corporations are moving inexorably into the classroom. It started with 'free' computers - now they're running buildings and teachers
Author: BBC News
A Shell oil company official in Nigeria has rejected claims of the company's involvement in human rights abuses carried out during the country's military regime.
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Author: Vanessa Lesnie and Justine Nolan, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, letter to the editor, Asiaweek
'It is the role of the Cambodian government, multinationals and their consumers to ensure that the wages of parents working in the factory are sufficient to educate their children.' - Lawyers Committee for Human Rights
Author: Kate Shatzkin, Baltimore Sun