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Article
1 August 2006

Campaign by Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) raising health & safety concerns about women promoting beer brands in Asia (especially in Cambodia) & company responses

Author: compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

In May 2006, the Australian Council of Trade Unions launched a campaign against multinational beer companies' "exploitation" of young women promoting their brands. The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited each company mentioned in the...

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Article
7 June 2006

[DOC] InBev response to Australian Council of Trade Unions campaign

Author: InBev

In the case of Cambodian promotion agents, in 2005 InBev began working with other beer companies, beer distributors and CARE to ensure that beer is sold safely. Although it is still early, this coalition’s efforts are focused on worker safety and...

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Article
27 May 2006

New Campaign To Lift Wages and Prevent HIV Deaths Among Beer Promotion Women [Asia]

Author: Australian Council of Trade Unions

...new campaign against the exploitation of young women in promotional campaigns by multinational beer companies...[the] international campaign...highlight[s] the inadequate wages of 'beer girls' & the high rate of HIV infection which is leading...

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Article
1 May 2005

[DOC] Private Sector Partnerships: A Case Study documenting CARE Cambodia’s partnership with Heineken International 2003 - 2005

Author: CARE International in Cambodia

This report documents the private sector partnership between the NGO CARE Cambodia and the brewery Heineken...The partnership began with the implementation of the Selling Beer Safely project to help contribute to the improved health, general well...

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