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1 February 2001

Newmont and WALHI in poisoning row [Indonesia]

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Article
31 January 2001

Promoting International Rights of Workers

Author: Lawyers Committee for Human Rights

[Lawyers Committee for Human Rights Recommendations to the Bush Administration for Promoting Workers Rights]

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Article
29 January 2001

Opening gambit without strategy

Author: Larry Elliott, Guardian Unlimited

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Article
29 January 2001

Internet insults traded globally

Author: Tom Gibb, BBC News

[internet debate between participants of the World Economic Forum in Davos and the World Social Forum in Brazil]

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29 January 2001

Major Canadian Retailers Receive Resolutions on Sweatshops

Author: SocialFunds.com

Shareholders ask for verifiable commitment to better working conditions for supplier and subcontractor employees

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29 January 2001

'Alternative Davos' to be annual

Author: Tom Gibb, BBC News

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29 January 2001

Info bill falls short of int'l standard [Ghana]

Author: Ama A.A. Baafi & Akwasi Fredua, Public Agenda [Ghana]

The Right to Information Coalition and its allies have called on Parliament to review the Right to Information (RTI) Bill, bring it in line with international standards and best practices and pass it into law in the shortest possible time. The call...

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Article
28 January 2001

28 January Statement by UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan: Address to the World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland

Author: UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan

[about globalisation, business and human rights, and the UN Global Compact]

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28 January 2001

28 January [2001] Statement by UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan: Address to the World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland

Author: United Nations

[about globalisation, business and human rights, and the UN Global Compact]

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28 January 2001

Kofi Annan Says People Do Not Wish to Reverse Globalization but They Aspire to a Different and Better Kind Than We Have Today

Author: Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights

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