View survey response

South Korea

South-Korean-outline-map-credit-Matt-Rosenberg-About.com-geography.jpg

Get RSS feed of these results

Related stories and components

Article
11 December 2001

Korean Govt to Ratify 4 More ILO Conventions Within Year

Author: Asia Pulse

The South Korean government will ratify within the year four more International Labor Organization (ILO) conventions, covering a minimum wage system, job security offices, protection of union leaders and a minimum wage in a developing country.

Read more

Story
10 December 2001

International Human Rights Day [regarding human rights abuses against trade unionists]

See full story

Article
10 December 2001

International Human Rights Day [regarding human rights abuses against trade unionists]

Author: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

The most dangerous country of all for trade unionists however is Colombia...Elsewhere in the world, trade unionists are also facing death or imprisonment and harassment, notably in Guatemala, where death threats are on the increase, South Korea, where...

Read more

Article
1 December 2001

Report on Codes of Conduct in the Garment and Textile Industry Seminar

Author: Chan Beng Seng [DAGA - Documentation and Action Group Asia] and Kelly Dent [TIE-Asia]

26th-30th November 2001, Bangkok, Thailand [refers to Thailand, China, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Pakistan, South Korea, Bangladesh]

Read more

Story
29 November 2001

Report on Codes of Conduct in the Garment and Textile Industry Seminar

See full story

Article
29 November 2001

Report on Codes of Conduct in the Garment and Textile Industry Seminar: Final statement

Read more

Article
26 November 2001

S Korean human rights commission opens

Author: BBC News

Among Monday's complaints was one...calling for the commission to investigate the arrest of labour leaders...for organising strikes this year.

Read more

Article
23 October 2001

Resolution on Korean Companies Operating Overseas

Author: Executive Committee of the International Textile, Garment and Leather Workers’ Federation [ITGLWF]

"DEPLORING the exploitation of workers employed in Korean-owned textile, garment and footwear companies, who are often forced to work long hours in appalling conditions, and who when they attempt to organise to improve their working conditions face...

Read more

Article
2 October 2001

Maquila workers in Guatemala face accusations of criminal activity

Author: Campaign for Labor Rights

Continued impunity leads to renewal of request for GSP review - Workers fighting for an independent union at the Cimatextiles and Choishin factories in Guatemala are facing accusations of criminal charges as the latest tactic in an on-going anti-union...

Read more

Article
1 June 2001

Women Activists Share Experiences

Author: Maquila Solidarity Network

On February 10-17, eight women from Asian labour rights and women’s organizations met in Nicaragua with their Latin American counterparts to exchange experiences and strategies.

Read more