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13 May 2002

'Control migration of health workers'

Author: SAPA, in Dispatch [South Africa]

[South Africa's] Health Minister Manto Tshabalala-Msimang told a meeting of the Commonwealth Ministers of Health in Geneva yesterday the recruitment of health workers from developing countries must be controlled by bilateral agreements between such...

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13 May 2002

British firm accused of still making landmines

Author: Reuters

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12 May 2002

Fishermen's plight under spotlight [South Africa]

Author: Nashira Davids, Sunday Times [South Africa]

Western Cape politicians are demanding a probe into working conditions in the fishing industry after 25 fishermen have died in less than a month.

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Article
11 May 2002

Greenpeace seizes stolen PNG logs

Author: Greenpeace

Malaysian logging company Concord Pacific has taken these logs from the local landowner communities in Papua New Guinea with complete disregard for the environment and the well being of citizens. The logs are then exported mostly to China where they...

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11 May 2002

'Lite' index is accused over quality standards: The FTSE4Good Index

Author: Steve Johnson, Financial Times

The UK's main "ethical" investing index is being accused of watering down green standards by including "unethical" companies...the New Economic Foundation (NEF), a think-tank, says the UK index includes companies with "poor ethical and environmental...

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11 May 2002

Ford are still racist [UK]

Author: Anton Antonowicz & Ruki Sayid, Mirror [UK]

Asian victim tells of years of hell in car giant that vowed to end the hate - Car giant Ford's policy of "zero tolerance" to racism has been shattered after managers were found guilty of bullying and abusing an Asian worker.

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11 May 2002
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Author: La Hora [Ecuador]

El país suscribirá el convenio contra el trabajo infantil, así lo prometió el ministro de Trabajo, Martín Insua, al referirse a denuncias que ubican a Ecuador como el país con el mayor número de personas que laboran desde tempranas edades.

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Article
10 May 2002

Sweatshops Under the American Flag

Author: editorial, New York Times

[refers to labour abuses at garment factories in American Samoa & Saipan]

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10 May 2002

Schumer rips sweatshops [New York]

Author: Bob Port, New York Daily News

B'klyn case sparks call for fed probe of city factories - A Brooklyn garment factory that allegedly subjected its workers to a pattern of labor abuses has spurred Sen. Chuck Schumer to demand a citywide investigation of sweatshops by federal labor...

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10 May 2002
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Author: Benoît Hopquin, Le Monde

Sous l'impulsion de quelques pionniers, la norme de "haute qualité environnementale" s'impose peu à peu dans le marché de la construction...Le secteur privé s'intéresse également à ces bonnes manières environnementales. Canal+ [filiale de Vivendi...

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