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Artigo
25 July 2002
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Autor: BBC News

Hundreds of local women in Nigeria's Delta region have ended the 12-day occupation of oil pipeline stations belonging to the American company, ChevronTexaco. The women had accused the company of exploiting the people of the region and not distributing...

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Artigo
24 July 2002
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Autor: Organisation mondiale de la Santé

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Artigo
24 July 2002
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Autor: World Health Organization

Human rights violations such as discrimination or violence against women and children and harmful traditional practices can have serious health consequences.

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Artigo
22 July 2002
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Autor: Cape Times [South Africa]

"The discovery of oil in our communities has brought misery and sorrow," laments Mary Olaye, 42, leader of a group of women who have occupied four oil pumping stations in protest. "Our rivers are polluted and fish die because of the toxins."

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Artigo
18 July 2002
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Autor: U.N. Development Programme

UNDP and the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) will soon carry out a joint project to gather and analyze data on a wide spectrum of human rights issues in 48 municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina...Issues range from women's...

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História
18 July 2002
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Artigo
18 July 2002
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Autor: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

Report for the WTO General Council review of the trade policies of the European Unions (Geneva, 24 and 26 July 2002) - All eight of the core ILO conventions have been ratified by all fifteen European Union (EU) member states. In certain areas however,...

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Artigo
18 July 2002
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Autor: Confédération Internationale des Syndicats Libres

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Artigo
18 July 2002
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Autor: Confederación Internacional de Organizaciones Sindicales Libres

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Artigo
17 July 2002
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Autor: Michael Peel, Financial Times

Chevron, Nigeria's third-largest oil producer, said it was drawing up a memorandum of understanding in response to the women's demands for jobs for their sons and greater community development.

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