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20 March 2002
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Auteur: UN Wire

Out of a population of 22 million, there are nearly 900,000 child laborers in Nepal, an ILO-supported study released yesterday concluded.

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20 March 2002
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20 March 2002
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Auteur: Diário de Notícias [Portugal]

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28 February 2002
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Auteur: Michael Seltzer, BEST - Business Enterprises for Sustainable Travel, Conference Board

In anticipation of next year's World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa, the travel and tourism industry is taking stock of what it has accomplished since the Rio summit. What can the industry report in Johannesburg? ...

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1 January 2002
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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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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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3 December 2001
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Auteur: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions and Anti-Slavery International

The booklet highlights some of the main ways in which forced labour manifests itself internationally, including through slavery, bonded labour, trafficking and child labour [refers to Burma, Gabon, Haiti, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sudan, United Arab...

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3 December 2001
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Article
17 October 2001
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Auteur: Greenpeace

Greenpeace announced this morning that its efforts to contain a stockpile of highly toxic obsolete pesticides in Nepal have been successful and are nearing completion. The environmental organisation called on the pesticide manufacturers to remove the...

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