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Article
1 January 2002
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Auteur: Ally Bedford, Mick Blowfield, Duncan Burnett and Peter Greenhalgh; Natural Resources Institute, Resource Centre for the Social Dimensions of Business Practice

Values in the supply chain - In Focus 3: The full report - Value Chains: Lessons from the Kenya tea and Indonesia cocoa sectors - Report

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1 January 2002
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Article
1 January 2002
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Auteur: Asian Business Coalition on AIDS

[refers to HIV workplace policies of Shell, General Motors, Sony, Nike] [refers to HIV education for staff at major hotels in Bangkok: Grand Hyatt Erawan, Regent (part of Carlson), Pan Pacific, Marriott] [refers to Rohm Apollo Electronics ensuring its...

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Article
1 January 2002
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Auteur: Asian Business Coalition on AIDS

A selection of business practices responding to HIV/AIDS in- and outside the Asian workplace [Chinese language translation]

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1 January 2002
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Auteur: IFC

Companies are increasingly working together with government and civil society to address complex issues such as child labor... [refers to Levi Strauss & Co, Muramati, Nike, Obeetee, Reebok, Target Corporation, Wal-Mart]

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Article
28 December 2001
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Auteur: Neil Irwin, Washington Post

The Bush administration repealed a rule this week that would have allowed government agencies to refuse federal contracts to companies that do not comply with labor, environmental and consumer-protection laws.

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Article
27 December 2001
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Auteur: AFL-CIO

It is an outrage for the Bush Administration to revoke the contractor responsibility rules designed to protect the public and the government from corporate contractors that do not respect labor, civil rights, and environmental laws and consumer...

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Article
12 December 2001
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Auteur: The Scotsman [UK]

...The lobby group claims that Triumph International [lingerie manufacturer] is supporting the brutal regime in Burma by paying rent for the plant direct to the military junta, responsible for Burma’s appalling record of human rights abuses and slave...

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Article
11 December 2001
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Auteur: Global Exchange, Global Exchange Newsletter, Winter 2002

The industry says it will have a program for eliminating child labor in place by July 2004. With child slaves continuing to suffer, this is an outrage...GX [Global Exchange] is launching a campaign targeting the two biggest US chocolate corporations --...

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Article
7 December 2001
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Auteur: Office of Congressman George Miller

Miller also just signed a letter from members of Congress to major coffee roasters and buyers to encourage them to incorporate sustainable coffees into their product lines.

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