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Artículo
4 April 2003
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Autor(a): David Gonzalez, New York Times

The pact [a union-negotiated labour contract at BJ&B hat factory], signed last week, was the latest victory for a once unlikely coalition of United States college students, labor activists and world-class brands like Nike and Reebok working to...

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12 December 2002
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Autor(a): Alison Maitland, Financial Times

[An] experiment in worker democracy at the Taiwanese-owned [Fu Luh] factory in Fujian province two months ago [which supplies Reebok], together with a similar election last year at a Reebok shoe manufacturer in neighbouring Guangdong, is thought to be...

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Historia
1 December 2002
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Artículo
1 December 2002
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Autor(a): Dr. Stephen Frost, ASrIA - Association for Sustainable & Responsible Investment in Asia

[refers to loopholes in local labour laws, difficulties in enforcing third party verification, influence of the All-China Confederation of Free Trade Unions] [summary can be downloaded from webpage]

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Artículo
25 October 2002
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Autor(a): Li Qiang, China Labor Watch

[working conditions and labour rights abuses]

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Artículo
23 September 2002
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Autor(a): Victoria Knight, Dow Jones

...In the past few years, however, the issue has crossed the Atlantic. Human rights leaders, trade unions, and religious groups have formed a loose alliance called the Clean Clothes Campaign and have begun attacking Adidas, Hennes & Mauritz AB,...

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Artículo
29 May 2002
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Autor(a): Project Coordinating Committee

...The project [at factories producing for Reebok, Nike & adidas] has resulted in the creation of young, but functioning, worker-management committees, including one committee supported by a democratically elected union. These committees are the...

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Artículo
27 May 2002
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Autor(a): Elliot J Schrage, formerly senior vice-president of global affairs at Gap, teaches at Columbia Business School and Columbia Law School, in Financial Times

[refers to recent California Supreme Court decision that Nike can be sued for false advertising over publicity campaign seeking to dispel reports that Nike goods were produced at Asian sweatshops] -...In future, companies will need to move way from...

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Artículo
27 May 2002
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Autor(a): Elliot J Schrage, formerly senior vice-president of global affairs at Gap, teaches at Columbia Business School and Columbia Law School, in Financial Times

...In future, companies will need to move way from self-promotional corporate social responsibility reports - such as those recently published by Reebok, Nike, McDonald's and Shell - and move towards independent evaluations by qualified third parties....

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Artículo
1 April 2002
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Autor(a): Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee

[refers to factories producing for Puma, Wilson, Umbro, Diadora, Adidas]

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