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1 January 2002

[PDF] Toys Of Misery: A Report On the Toy Industry in China

Author: National Labor Committee

[reports on abusive working conditions, and calls on Wal-Mart, Toys R Us, Disney, Mattel, Hasbro & McDonald's to work with their Chinese contractors to clean up the factories, guarantee that labour laws are adhered to, protect workers from unsafe...

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1 January 2002

Value Chains: Lessons from the Kenya tea and Indonesia cocoa sectors [full report]

Author: Ally Bedford, Mick Blowfield, Duncan Burnett and Peter Greenhalgh; Natural Resources Institute, Resource Centre for the Social Dimensions of Business Practice

Values in the supply chain - In Focus 3: The full report - Value Chains: Lessons from the Kenya tea and Indonesia cocoa sectors - Report

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1 January 2002

full report: Mugged: Poverty in your coffee cup

Author: Oxfam

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1 January 2002

Fifty Years in the Making: World War II Reparation and Restitution Claims

Author: Berkeley Journal of International Law, vol. 20, no. 1

[includes articles about claims against companies] - The Stefan A. Riesenfeld Symposium 2001

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1 January 2002
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1 January 2002

Companies accused of fuelling fight for Congo's mineral wealth

Author: Doug Alexander, Gemini News Service

Spurred by growing international concern, campaigners, industry and the United Nations are trying to stop the African trade in a rare mineral crucial to mobile phones and high-tech gadgets - which is blamed for fueling war in Central Africa.

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1 January 2002

Natural beauty - Dominique Conseil describes how his company [Aveda, part of Estée Lauder] has set out to provide a business model for environmental sustainability

Author: Dominique Conseil, President of Aveda, in Our Planet, published by U.N. Environment Programme

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1 January 2002
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Author: Dominique Conseil, Presidente de Aveda, Our Planet, Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Medio Ambiente

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1 January 2002
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Author: Dominique Conseil, Président de Aveda, Our Planet, Programme des Nations Unies pour l'environnement

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