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21 January 2002

AES environmental impact study [for power plant being built by Applied Energy Services Inc.] found inconclusive and vague [Honduras]

Author: Maria Fiallos, Honduras This Week

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Article
2 January 2002

Honduras looks to develop northern coast; Garifuna fight to keep beaches

Author: Traci Carl, Associated Press, Environmental News Network website

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Story
1 December 2001

full report: Forests of Fear: The Abuse of Human Rights in Forest Conflicts

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Article
1 December 2001

Growing in Unity: Against all the odds, the unions in Latin America’s banana plantations are showing what ‘sustainable development’ might really mean

Author: Alistair Smith, New Internationalist

...In the last three years union leaders and others associated with the banana workers’ campaigns for justice have been killed in Colombia, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras and the Philippines.

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1 December 2001

[PDF] full report: Forests of Fear: The Abuse of Human Rights in Forest Conflicts

Author: Fern

[refers to countries including Indonesia, Canada, Malaysia, Mexico, Kenya, Nigeria, Colombia, Chile, Honduras, Venezuela, Brazil, USA; refers to companies including Tanjung Lingga, London Sumatra, TVI, Rio Tinto, Daishowa Logging, RAPP, April, UPM...

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Story
6 November 2001

International Support for Workers at Yoo Yang of Honduras

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Article
6 November 2001

International Support for Workers at Yoo Yang of Honduras

Author: International Textile, Garment and Leather Workers’ Federation [ITGLWF]

The Yoo Yang garment company in La Lima, Honduras, could soon find itself at the heart of an international public campaign to force it to respect the rights of workers to bargain collectively.

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Article
1 September 2001

Shrimp For Brains

Author: Charlie Cray, Multinational Monitor

...a huge - and some say destructive - land-based shrimp aquaculture industry has expanded rapidly in the coastal regions of Asia and Latin America, often with the help of the International Finance Corporation

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Article
7 August 2001

First-of-its-kind international anti-sweatshop coalition launches new campaign demanding retailer responsibility for global sweatshop crisis

Author: UNITE [Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees]

A first-of-its-kind international anti-sweatshop coalition - comprised of labor organizations, religious leaders and civil rights groups from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Thailand, Nicaragua, Hong Kong, Guatemala, Honduras and the Dominican...

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6 August 2001

Report Issued on Efforts to Improve Apparel Factory Conditions in Central America

Author: press release, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility

The Independent Monitoring Working Group (IMWG) released a report today on the history and development of independent factory monitoring initiatives in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.

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