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9 August 2012

aVOID Plug-In Blocks Out Clothing Products Online Made By Child Laborers

Author: Huffington Post [USA]

A recently-launched internet plug-in called aVOID blocks out items produced by brands known to employ child laborers. The software uses data gathered from users and the advocacy group Active Against Child Labor and hit 1 million products (and counting...

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26 January 2012

A Company’s Obligations On Human Rights

Author: IESE Insight in Eurasia Review

[The] universal nature [of human rights] transcends the strictly legal framework…Unlike corporate social responsibility, businesses cannot choose which rights to uphold and which to ignore…[M]ore and more companies are realizing that respecting human...

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1 December 2011

[PDF] Corporate Equality Index 2012; Rating American Workplaces on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Equality

Author: Human Rights Campaign Foundation

...[T]he Corporate Equality Index [CEI] represents [how] corporate America...prioritize[s] the protection, recruitment and retention of LGBT [Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender] employees...[S]uccessful U.S. businesses have proven...that LGBT...

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25 September 2011

Retailers Are Put on the Spot Over Anti-Gay Aid

Author: Erik Eckholm, New York Times

The culture war over gay rights has entered the impersonal world of e-commerce...[A]dvocates...have put many of the country’s largest retailers…on the spot over their indirect and...unnoticed roles in funneling money to Christian groups...opposing...

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12 September 2011

Unprecedented Number of U.S. and European Apparel Companies and Major Industry Association Sign Pledge to Call for Elimination of Forced Child Labor in Uzbekistan

Author: Responsible Sourcing Network

More than 60 of the world’s best known apparel companies and brands as well as the American Apparel and Footwear Association (AAFA), which represents more than 800 brands, have signed a pledge to not knowingly source Uzbek cotton harvested using...

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11 September 2011

Jordan rights group: no proof of rape at factory

Author: Jamal Halaby, Associated Press

A Jordanian human rights group found no clear evidence to support allegations of rape made by several female workers at… the Classic Fashion factory… The petition campaign began in June after a Bangladeshi worker told police that her Sri Lankan...

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28 July 2011

Apple Pulls ITunes from Christian Values Network [USA]

Author: Mobiledia, Forbes Blog [USA]

Apple has pulled its iTunes store from the Christian Values Network…[after discovering] CVN had made contributions to…“active hate groups.”…characterized as anti-gay and anti-women…Microsoft pulled itself off of the website two weeks ago…The…companies...

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21 July 2011

Major American Brands Silent on Alleged Rights Abuses At Overseas Factories [Jordan]

Author: Janell Ross, Huffington Post [USA]

A month after a prominent human rights group accused major American brands of purchasing clothing from a factory in Jordan that systematically abuses workers, the companies have yet to declare any public action... the Institute for Global Labour and...

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20 July 2011

Investor Coalition Commends Macy’s for Carrying GoodWeave Certified Child-Labor-Free Rugs

Author: Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility

Members of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) welcome the news that Macy’s now carries several collections of decorative rugs certified by the nonprofit organization GoodWeave as child-labor-free. By making a commitment to root...

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7 July 2011

Retailers such as Nike and Macy's boycott cotton from Uzbekistan to protest child labor

Author: Kathryn Kattalia, NY Daily News

Superstores Walmart and Macy's have joined up with such big names as Liz Claiborne, Nike, Eileen Fisher and Nautica [part of VF Corp.] to sign a pledge boycotting the use of cotton from Uzbekistan, WWD reported. They are among the first companies to...

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