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1 February 2001

FAO/WHO: Amount of poor-quality pesticides sold in developing countries alarmingly high

Author: UN Food and Agriculture Organization

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1 February 2001

Reform, farmers and action in West Java [Indonesia]

Author: Down to Earth Newsletter

...There has been a series of conflicts between the villagers, the authorities and companies at Tegalbuleud. The main cause of the conflicts over land, and the widespread poverty faced by Tegalbuleud villagers was the collaboration of government...

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1 February 2001

Breaking Boundaries, Building Alliances: A Latin America / Asia Women's Exchange for women organizers and advocates

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.

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1 February 2001

Realizing Labor Standards: How transparency, competition, and sanctions could improve working conditions worldwide.

Author: Archon Fung, Dara O'Rourke, and Charles Sabel, in Boston Review

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1 February 2001

full report: No Breathing in the Aisles: Diesel Exhaust Inside School Buses

Author: Natural Resources Defense Council and Coalition for Clean Air

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1 February 2001

Sales to Chinese Police Questioned

Author: Human Rights Watch

[Motorola sale of communications equipment to China's police]

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1 February 2001

ILRF [International Labor Rights Fund] Commissions Investigation of Mexican Factory

Author: International Labor Rights Fund

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1 February 2001

Update Regarding Kukdong Mexico Factory

Author: Nike

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1 February 2001

"Made in the U.S.A.?": Clothing for J.C. Penney, Sears and Target made by women held under conditions of indentured servitude at the Daewoosa factory in American Samoa

Author: National Labor Committee

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  • Related companies: Sears
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1 February 2001

Defending the Amazon [Ecuador]

Author: On the Record, Advocacy Project

This series of On the Record tells the story of the poisoning of Ecuador's Amazon jungle by oil companies. It tells of the contamination of the waters and the resulting sickness in indigenous communities.

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