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Artigo
18 March 2002
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Artigo
18 March 2002
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Autor: AFP

Workers from up to 10 ailing state-owned factories in Liaoyang city, Liaoning province, gathered Monday to voice grievances including unpaid wages or pensions, low severance pay, and alleged corruption. Police in the city have already arrested one of...

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18 March 2002
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Autor: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

The ICFTU is calling for the immediate release of the Korean Congress of Trade Union (KCTU) President, Dan Byung-ho, who was sentenced today to 2 years imprisonment under Korean laws which are in clear contravention of internationally recognised...

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18 March 2002
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Autor: Koh Han-sun, JoongAng Ilbo [South Korea]

The International Labor Organization urged the South Korean government Saturday to allow labor unions freedom in seeking outside mediation of labor-management disputes. It also demanded that Seoul revise its labor laws, which allow union leaders to be...

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18 March 2002
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Autor: Christopher Bodeen, Associated Press, in Washington Post

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Artigo
16 March 2002
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Autor: China Labour Bulletin

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História
16 March 2002
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Artigo
3 March 2002
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Autor: Tina Rosenberg, New York Times Magazine

Kamm's own experience has convinced him that businesses can speak out for human rights and, if they do it right, not put their profits at risk. In December, he met with the American Chamber of Commerce in Beijing to try to persuade it to press the...

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23 January 2002
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Autor: Human Rights Watch

The human rights abuses that plagued the Enron Corporation's Dabhol power plant in India from 1992 to 1998 demonstrate the need for U.S. government agencies to scrutinize such controversial projects more closely, Human Rights Watch said today.

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21 January 2002
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