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[PDF] Choosing Rights

Author: Derrick Johnson (Mississippi NAACP) & Lance Compa (international labour law scholar) - report commissioned by United Auto Workers (UAW), Published on: 1 October 2013

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Nissan to respond. Nissan response provided] This report explains Nissan’s international obligations and shows how the company is failing to live up to them, based on workers’ accounts of their experiences as Nissan employees...The issue is whether Nissan complies with international labor standards on workers’ freedom of association.

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