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13 April 2007
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Auteur: Lindsay Beyerstein & Larisa Alexandrovna, Raw Story [USA]

A month ago Monday, a group of guest workers from India placed a frantic 3:00 am phone call to Saket Soni, lead organizer for the New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice. The workers said that armed security guards were holding some workers...

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15 March 2007
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Auteur: US Human Rights Network

More than three hundred Indian workers…claim that their employer, Signal International…is guilty of extreme labor exploitation… The workers report living in substandard conditions in the camps where Signal has housed them... Last week, Signal conducted...

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15 March 2007
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4 January 2007
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Auteur: Steven Greenhouse, New York Times

The A.F.L.-C.I.O. and the United Food and Commercial Workers sued the [US] Department of Labor yesterday, asserting that it broke the law by failing to issue regulations requiring employers to pay for protective equipment for their workers. The two...

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9 September 2006
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Auteur: Alex Rodriguez, Chicago Tribune [USA]

[A]t a…construction-materials yard in [a] Moscow suburb…[Tajik] ironworker Abdumalik Kholikov eats and sleeps in a trailer smaller than a prison cell…There's no toilet and no shower…Kholikov and legions of immigrants like him from Central Asia's dirt...

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1 October 2005
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Auteur: UN Global Compact

The policy on Communication on Progress (COP), introduced in 2003, was designed to increase transparency around Global Compact companies and their actions in support of the ten principles. Companies are asked to communicate publicly on their progress...

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9 July 2004
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Auteur: Sharier Khan, OneWorld South Asia

Attempts by government and nongovernmental organizations to curb child labor in Bangladesh are failing miserably as poverty and social ignorance continue to drive a staggering seven to eight million children to work.

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27 February 2003
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Auteur: Seo Jee-yeon, Korea Times

Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics (LGE) are developing environmentally friendly lead-free solder handsets...U.S. cell phone maker Motorola has already developed a new type of handset composed of lead-free solder, recycled plastic and which comes...

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11 February 2002
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11 February 2002
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