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Article
30 November 2004
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Auteur: China Daily

By design or by chance, multinational corporations (MNCs) have become a galvanizing force behind Chinese manufacturers' increasing adherence to the nation's labour, health and safety laws...MNCs, while a positive force in corporate ethics, should also...

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29 November 2004
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Auteur: Mary Gallagher, New Jersey Law Journal [USA]

Aliens claiming abuse by guards at a privatized immigration detention center in Elizabeth, N.J., can pursue human rights claims against the company that ran it [Correctional Services], a federal judge ruled on Nov. 10. [also refers to CACI, Titan]

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Article
29 November 2004
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Auteur: Jaime Pilapil, Manila Standard

Some 600 overseas Filipino workers have undergone training in Singapore as volunteer teachers for migrant workers under the "Unlimited Potential" program initiated by...Microsoft in collaboration with the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and...

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Article
27 November 2004
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Auteur: Edward Cody, Washington Post

Heralded by an unprecedented series of walkouts, the first stirrings of unrest have emerged among the millions of youthful migrant workers who supply seemingly inexhaustible cheap labor for the vast expanse of factories in China's booming Pearl River...

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Article
21 November 2004
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Auteur: Jeff St. John, Tri-City Herald [USA]

Analysis of injury logs filed with the federal government show that in 2002, Wallula workers were taken off their jobs for injuries or illnesses at a rate that was 2.5 times higher than the national average for meatpacking plants -- and 10 times the...

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19 November 2004
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Auteur: Poulomi Mrinal Saha, Ethical Corporation

...another factory worker has died because of overwork, this time in a garment factory...Factory deaths due to overwork across various industrial sectors are becoming a common phenomenon in China and often the reason is the indirect pressure of foreign...

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15 November 2004
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Article
15 November 2004
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Auteur: Stephen Frost, CSR Asia, for adidas-Salomon

This report summarises the proceeds of a meeting held in Hong Kong on 15 November 2004 between representatives from...adidas-Salomon...and Hong Kong and China-based stakeholders...the meeting focused on two major themes: 1) the effects of the cessation...

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Article
11 November 2004
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Auteur: Ethical Corporation

In the run-up to World Aids Day on 1 December, the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation and the HIV/Aids Abidjan-Lagos Corridor Project have joined forces to launch a month-long campaign to fight HIV/Aids.

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Article
2 November 2004
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Auteur: Alexandra Harney, Financial Times

"Companies are being punished because they don't view workers as human beings," says Zeng Feiyang, a former government official and lawyer who directs the Migrant Workers Documentation Centre...Despite efforts to improve working conditions in factories...

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