Travail forcé et esclavage moderne

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1 August 2002
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Auteur: ING Sustainable Growth Fund

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1 August 2002
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Auteur: Working group on the working methods and activities of transnational corporations, U.N. Sub-Commission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights

[see annex for text of the draft norms] [this text was agreed by the Working Group on Transnational Corporations (of the U.N. Sub-Commission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights) at its July-Aug. 2002 meeting; the draft will be discussed...

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1 August 2002
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Auteur: Shell

This document has been prepared as a complement to the Human Rights Management...

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29 July 2002
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Auteur: UN Wire

As many as 284,000 child laborers work in hazardous conditions on cocoa farms in West Africa, the bulk of them in Cote d'Ivoire and the majority alongside their parents, the U.S. Agency for International Development and Labor Department said as they...

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26 July 2002
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26 July 2002
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Auteur: U.S. Agency for International Development

W. African Governments and Global Chocolate Industry Working Jointly with U.S. to Combat Problem

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17 July 2002
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17 July 2002
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17 July 2002
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Auteur: Amnesty International

Forced labour, extortion and land confiscation by the tatmadaw (Myanmar military) are continuing to have a grave impact on the lives of civilians, Amnesty International said today.

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14 July 2002
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Auteur: Elliot Schrage, former Senior Vice President of Global Affairs at Gap Inc., in Washington Post

...American judges have embraced the opportunity to hold multinational corporations responsible for perceived abuses that result from international trade and investment [includes reference to cases against Unocal, Gap Inc., J.C. Penney, Levi Strauss,...

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