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5 June 2017

New Zealand: Labour inspectorate finds migrant workers widely exploited in nail bars & beauty salons

Author: Talia Shadwell, Stuff Business Day

"Authorities accuse beauty salons of breaching employees' rights, as migrant workers complain of long hours and abuse"...

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19 February 2016
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Author: Tengrinews (Kazakhstan)

"За отправку казахстанок в сексуальное рабство в ОАЭ судят директора модельного агентства"...

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21 March 2011

Applicants with HIV/AIDS possibly being excluded [USA]

Author: Nedra Pickler, Associated Press

The Justice Department says some trade schools and state licensing agencies may be illegally excluding applicants with HIV and AIDS.People who have HIV and AIDS are protected from discrimination by the Americans With Disabilities Act. But the...

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8 August 2002

Transvestite Sues Beauty School [USA]

Author: Reuters

A transvestite sued a Los Angeles beauty school Wednesday, claiming his application was rejected when school officials realized he was not a woman. The lawsuit, brought by a plaintiff known only as "Sandy," is the first of its kind under a 1979 city...

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8 March 2002

Nike and Adidas 'have failed to stop sweatshop abuses'

Author: Richard Lloyd Parry, Independent [UK]

Indonesian workers producing sports shoes for the multinational companies Nike and Adidas live in extreme poverty and face prosecution and physical assault for trade union activity, according to a report published yesterday.

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