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Article
14 February 2002
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Auteur: Frank Green, San Diego Union-Tribune

...Global Exchange, a San Francisco-based human-rights organization, will stage demonstrations today at two See's stores in San Diego and 29 of the company's outlets elsewhere to protest the use of child labor in the cocoa-farming industry. The actions...

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Article
7 February 2002
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Auteur: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

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Article
7 February 2002
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Auteur: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions has called upon the International Olympics Committee (IOC) to investigate official Olympic Games clothing supplier, ‘Marker,’ for reportedly producing the official uniforms of the 2002 Winter...

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Article
6 February 2002
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Auteur: Peter Blackburn, Reuters

...Rodrigues said that quality was no longer the only issue and that roasters were prepared to pay a premium to help fund projects to protect the environment and aid local coffee communities.

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Article
28 January 2002
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Auteur: BBC News

Triumph International, a leading European luxury lingerie firm, has announced it is pulling out of Burma after coming under sustained pressure from labour organisations and exiled Burmese groups over working conditions.

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Article
28 January 2002
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Auteur: Clean Clothes Campaign

[includes media release from Triumph International: "Triumph to cease production in Burma - Social plan for workforce", 28 Jan. 2002]

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28 January 2002
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Article
24 January 2002
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Auteur: Free Burma Coalition

The Spiegel Group [which owns the retailer Eddie Bauer], a top U.S. mail-order retailer with nearly $4 billion in sales in 2000, has announced in a letter to the Free Burma Coalition it will not accept merchandise that is sourced from the Southeast...

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Article
11 January 2002
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Auteur: Liquor, Hospitality & Miscellaneous Workers Union [Australia]

More than 4000 NSW [New South Wales] Home Care workers have shown their support for the international anti-sweatshop campaign by winning an agreement from their employer that all their uniforms will now carry the Fair Wear label.

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Article
5 January 2002
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Auteur: Kirstin Downey Grimsley, Washington Post

A group called the Free Burma Coalition...has persuaded more than two dozen American corporations [including Ames Department Stores Inc., Jones Apparel Group, Sara Lee Corp., Family Dollar Stores Inc., TJX Cos. which operates T.J. Maxx stores, and...

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