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31 August 2005

How Can Your Company Contribute to Katrina Relief Efforts? - guide by Business for Social Responsibility

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2 September 2005

CSRwire Members Contribute More Than $100 Million to Hurricane Relief [USA]

Author: CSRWire

CSRwire, the Corporate Social Responsibility newswire service...announced today that their members have collectively contributed more than $100 million to Hurricane Katrina relief, to date. Contributions have been mostly in the form of cash donations,...

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5 September 2005

Companies, foundations, and individuals have given or pledged $169 million in Hurricane Relief [USA]

Author: M.J. Prest & Caroline Preston, Chronicle of Philanthropy [USA]

[current tally of companies' contributions to hurricane relief - refers to Abbott Laboratories, Amerada Hess, Ameriquest, Amgen, AT&T, Bank of America, Bayer, Boeing, BP, Capital One, Chevron, Coca-Cola, Dow Chemical, DuPont, Eli Lilly, Entergy,...

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13 September 2005

The rag trade patches up its image [Cambodia]

Author: Amy Kazmin, Financial Times

...an International Labour Organisation factory monitoring and improvement programme, which has improved conditions for Cambodia's 270,000 garment workers and is boosting the local clothing industry at a time of intensifying competition. The...

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17 October 2005
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Author: Véronique Smée, Novethic

...la Chine est devenue la 7ème puissance mondiale. La main d'œuvre abondante et bon marché ainsi que l'absence de réglementation sociale ont attiré les plus grandes entreprises, mais également les ONG de défense des droits humains, très actives dans...

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20 October 2005
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20 October 2005
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Author: Organización Internacional del Trabajo (OIT)

La Walt Disney Company había prohibido a sus proveedores hacer ropa con su marca en Camboya cuando las empresas textiles de ese país fueron acusadas de violar las normas laborales internacionales. Pero ahora ha permitido reiniciar la producción con...

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20 October 2005

New trade regime in textiles and clothing - How Cambodian factories improved their image

Author: International Labour Organization (ILO)

The Walt Disney Company banned manufacturers from making its branded clothing in Cambodia after textile companies were accused of violating international labour standards. But Disney has now allowed production with a limited number of factories due to...

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20 October 2005
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Author: Organisation internationale du Travail (OIT)

La compagnie Walt Disney avait autrefois radié les fabricants cambodgiens de la production de ses vêtements de marque après que des entreprises textiles eurent été accusées de violer les normes internationales du travail. Disney a maintenant levé cette...

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24 October 2005

Human rights audit of Freeport-McMoRan's activities in West Papua to be published (BusinessWeek article)

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