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Article
13 October 2006
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Auteur: David Barboza, New York Times

China is planning to adopt a new law that seeks to crack down on sweatshops and protect workers’ rights by giving labor unions real power for the first time since it introduced market forces in the 1980’s. The move...is setting off a battle with...

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Article
1 October 2006
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Auteur: Global Labor Strategies

Las transnacionales con sede en los Estados...

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1 October 2006
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Auteur: Global Labor Strategies

US-based corporations are opposing legislation to give Chinese workers new labor rights. US-based global corporations like Wal-Mart, Google, UPS, Microsoft, Nike, AT&T, and Intel, acting through US business organizations like the American Chamber...

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Article
4 September 2006
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Auteur: Miri Jason, Ynet [Israel]

[Original article in Hebrew. Title translation, and following summary of the article's key points, provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre.]...

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1 September 2006
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Auteur: Bob Kievra, Telegram & Gazette [USA]

A temporary staffing agency illegally barred women from seeking some positions because of their gender and retaliated against one woman for filing a complaint, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said yesterday. In a lawsuit filed in U.S....

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Article
18 August 2006
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Auteur: Katrin Bennhold, International Herald Tribune

…members of ethnic minorities…are still a rare sight in [French] management positions and higher-profile jobs that routinely bring them into contact with customers. But now something is happening in the whitest of white-collar sectors: the largest...

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17 August 2006
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Article
17 August 2006
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Auteur: Amnesty International

Amnesty International urges the Korean Federation of Small Businesses (KFSB) to: Ensure that its member companies are encouraged to adhere to the UN Norms on Business and that their policy and practice in respect to migrant workers complies in full...

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17 August 2006
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Auteur: Amnesty International

Tens of thousands of migrant workers in South Korea face discrimination, exploitation and appalling working conditions, according to a new report by Amnesty International. Many face a spiral of debt and are forced to work illegally because their...

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Article
31 July 2006
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Auteur: Lucía Abellán, El País [España]

Falta de redes, zanjas sin señalizar, jornadas abusivas...son algunas de las causas que convierten cada año a un millón de trabajadores en víctimas de accidentes de trabajo, 1.000 de ellos con resultado mortal. Con el propósito de rebajar esas...

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