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Article
22 May 2015
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Auteur: Sanne van der Wal & Fleur Scheele, SOMO (Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations)

Increasingly popular and widely implemented sustainability certification schemes like Rainforest Alliance or UTZ Certified aim to improve the working conditions of workers on farms in developing countries producing food for Western markets. New...

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29 April 2014
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Auteur: Edwin Koster, SAI

[T]o what extent is the new SA8000: 2014 standard aligned with the Guiding Principles?...[T]he Guiding Principles provide a global standard of conduct and framework for understanding human rights risk, while SA8000 sets a practical standard for...

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Article
24 May 2013

Samsung se fait certifier en Suède

Auteur: Thibault Lescuyer, Novethic [France] (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

Socialement responsable, le nouveau « smartphone » de Samsung ? C'est ce qu'affirme le fabricant coréen, qui met en avant la certification du galaxy S4 par un label privé suédois, TCO. Une première mondiale, affirme Samsung. Pourtant, la marque...

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Article
7 March 2013
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Auteur: European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights

During a visit to Pakistan by…ECCHR and medico international, individuals affected by the factory fire in September 2012…asked ECCHR to become directly involved in legal proceedings relating to the incident in Pakistan. ECCHR will now make an...

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7 December 2012
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7 December 2012
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Article
7 December 2012
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Auteur: Social Accountability International

SAI and at Social Accountability Accreditation Services (SAAS) are horrified by the fire at Ali Enterprises in Karachi, Pakistan, on September 11, in which nearly 300 workers died and many more were injured…SAAS was informed by RINA, a global...

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Article
7 December 2012
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Auteur: Declan Walsh & Steven Greenhouse, New York Times

…[F]or Arshad and Shahid Bhaila, the industrialist brothers whose factory burned to the ground in September, killing at least 262 workers, there are some comforts…As Category B prisoners…Despite survivors’ accounts of locked emergency exits and barred...

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Article
24 September 2012
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Auteur: Dawn [Pakistan]

…Police in Karachi…registered a murder case against the owners of a garment factory. At least 258 workers perished in the horrific fire that destroyed the garment factory in Karachi…industrial tragedy that prompted calls for an overhaul of poor safety...

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Article
20 September 2012
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Auteur: Social Accountability International

All of us at Social Accountability International (SAI) and at Social Accountability Accreditation Services (SAAS) are horrified by the fire at Ali Enterprises in Karachi, Pakistan, on Wednesday, September 12, in which nearly 300 workers died. We are...

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