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Article
8 May 2012
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Auteur: GMA News [Philippines]

Over 10 Filipino workers of a glass company in Taiwan accused their employer of abusing them and forcing them to work in harsh conditions at the company’s factory in Taoyuan…Representatives of the Taiwan International Workers Association…[said] a...

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8 March 2012
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Auteur: Eduardo Porter, New York Times [blog]

Child labor offers perhaps the best example that big improvements in the workplace are always driven from pressure from within…“There is very little evidence supporting any connection between trade and child time allocation other than through the...

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Article
1 October 2011
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Auteur: Verité

The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act has focused company attention on the presence of human trafficking and modern-day slavery in supply chains. Yet standard social compliance responses will not be adequate to reduce company risks – or...

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26 July 2011
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Auteur: China Post [Taiwan]

New Taipei City received 51 complaints of employment discrimination in the first half of the year, according to the city's Labor Affairs Department (LAD) statistics. The court, however, only found eight to be valid employment discrimination cases and...

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22 July 2011
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Auteur: Erin Klett, Verité, in Policy Innovations [USA]

...[In] too many cases these [migrant workers on temporary contracts] endure human trafficking and forced labor. These abuses can be traced back to how they were recruited and hired into their jobs...Brokers often charge excessively high fees for their...

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8 June 2011
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Auteur: Lawrence Chung, SCMP [Hong Kong]

Taiwan's cabinet is planning to set up a cross-departmental mechanism to monitor food manufacturing in the wake of the island's worse food- safety scandal in 30 years. Known as the Food Traceability System, the online project would require food makers...

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1 May 2011
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Auteur: Dan Viederman, Verité

Verité has become part of ATEST–the Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking…Our joining helps ATEST tackle the problem of labor trafficking, which isn’t as frequently addressed, or always as well understood, as sex trafficking. This makes it a good fit...

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15 February 2011
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Auteur: Samuel Wade, China Digital Times

...Apple['s]...newly released 2011 Supplier Responsibility Progress Report...pledges greater cooperation with Chinese NGOs in the future...[The] report mentions...arrangements with NGOs Verité and the Fair Labor Association...It remains to be seen how...

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24 December 2010
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Auteur: Mo Yan-chih, Taipei Times [Taiwan]

Taipei City’s Department of Labor Affairs yesterday fined Japan Airlines’ (JAL) Taiwan branch NT$600,000 for age discrimination in the workplace. The fine stemmed from a layoff in July of 70 Taiwanese flight attendants, including 18 senior employees...

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1 December 2010
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Auteur: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Mayling will begin working with the Resource Centre in December, covering China (including Hong Kong), Taiwan and Singapore. She will draw attention to the human rights impacts (positive & negative) of companies in the region; highlight under...

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