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20 March 2006

Mexico: Six intl. garment brands raise concerns with state govt. over safety of labour rights activist - fears for his life remain

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20 March 2006

[PDF] [text of letter from 6 companies to Governor of Puebla, Mexico, urging him to ensure the physical safety of labor rights activist Martin Barrios Hernández, his family, and other members of the Comisión de Derechos Humanos y Laborales del Valle de...

Author: American Eagle Outfitters, Gap Inc., Levi Strauss, Phillips-Van Heusen, Polo Ralph Lauren, Warnaco

[letter sent by the following 6 companies: American Eagle Outfitters, Gap Inc., Levi Strauss, Phillips-Van Heusen, Polo Ralph Lauren, Warnaco]

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1 March 2006

[PDF] FLA Update

Author: Fair Labor Association

The FLA Board of Directors met on February 6-7... An important outcome of the meeting was the Board’s approval of the first FLA Participating Supplier, Chenfeng Group... The Board approved the affiliation of sportswear brands Majestic Athletic and...

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1 November 2005

2005 Annual Public Report

Author: Fair Labor Association

The FLA's 2005 Annual Public Report provides the public with an impartial, detailed look into what 28 diverse companies have done in the past year to improve the working conditions in the factories where they produce around the world. [refers to Fair...

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1 November 2005

Fair Labor Association annual report finds more violations at apparel & footwear suppliers, but says rise may be due to better monitoring

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13 May 2005

Fair Labor Association Accredits Six Participating Companies' Programs to Improve Conditions for Contracted Factory Workers

Author: Fair Labor Association

The Board of Directors of the Fair Labor Association (FLA) voted today to accredit six Participating Companies' compliance programs [adidas-Salomon, Eddie Bauer, Liz Claiborne, Nike, Phillips-Van Heusen, Reebok], signifying a satisfactory completion...

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27 January 2005

World Economic Forum Urges More Business/NGO Partnerships

Author: Greenbiz.com

A new World Economic Forum report ["Partnering for Success: Business Perspectives on Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships"] says it’s no more a question of “if” but “how” can business contribute to beating development challenges. The report makes a business...

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1 January 2005

World Economic Forum survey: 9 out of 10 CEOs say partnerships between business, government, civil society needed to address development challenges

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1 January 2005

[PDF] full report: "Partnering for Success - Business Perspectives on Multistakeholder Partnerships"

Author: World Economic Forum Global Corporate Citizenship Initiative (in Co-operation with International Business Leaders Forum & Center for Business & Government, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University)

[refers to ABN Amro, ING, Fortis, Rabobank, UBS, Transnet, Rio Tinto, Accenture, Diageo, Lafarge, DHL (part of part of Deutsche Post), Coca-Cola, Siemens, Carlson, ABB, Abbott Laboratories, Anglo American, Anglovaal Mining, Aramex International,...

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20 October 2004

Garment workers tell of sweatshop conditions [Bangladesh]

Author: Christopher Moore, Daily News Tribune [USA]

Two teenage garment factory workers from Bangladesh spoke at Brandeis University yesterday about the mistreatment and abject poverty they experienced while making clothes that human rights activists say end up at Wal-Mart stores...Wal-Mart's corporate...

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