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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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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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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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8 May 2006

Mexican Rights Activist Threatened with Death

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign

In January 2006, Mexican labour rights activist Martin Barrios Hernández was unjustly imprisoned in Puebla. Barrios...had been working on a case of unfair dismissal of 163 garment workers. Following a storm of...protest, Barrios was released after two...

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2 October 2006

Jordan: Bangladeshi workers protest against abuse

Author: UN Integrated Regional Information Networks (IRIN News)

More than 200 Bangladeshi migrant workers in a textile factory staged a sit-in on Sunday to protest against physical and verbal abuse by their employer... The workers...vowed to continue their strike until their rights were respected and demands met....

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4 October 2006

Keep Gina Form Open! [Thailand]

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign

…help stop Clover Group's attempt to shut down the Gina Form Bra factory in Thailand, producing underwear for among others Victoria Secret [part of Limited Brands] and Calvin Klein [part of Phillips-Van Heusen]...After a long struggle…[c]onditions...

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6 October 2006

[PDF] The transnational network and labor rights in China

Author: Huang Yan & Guo Weiqing, Human Rights in China

Two mainland scholars assess...how the international division of labor and the role played by various countries within it under globalization has transformed the organization of production in China’s industries and enterprises...The involvement of a...

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7 November 2006

[PDF] [Text of letter from 7 companies to Philippines President, expressing concern about violent attacks against striking workers, and killings of labour rights promoters]

Author: American Eagle Outfitters, Gap, Jones Apparel, Liz Claiborne, Phillips-Van Heusen, Polo Ralph Lauren, Wal-Mart

...As companies buying apparel products from the Philippines,we write to bring your attention to a matter of urgent concern. As you know, there have been recent reports of alleged violent attacks on striking workers and the assaults and killings of...

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14 November 2006

Foreign businesses to Arroyo: Stop killings - US-based firms join unprecedented call [Philippines]

Author: Ronnel Domingo, Inquirer / INQ7.net [Philippines]

SAYING VIOLENCE has no place in a democracy, foreign chambers of commerce and multinational companies yesterday made an unprecedented call on President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s administration to put an end to political killings or risk losing aid and...

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