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Artigo
2 July 2018
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Autor: Alexandra F. Levy, The Washington Post (USA)

"Who has most to gain from Trump’s immigration policies? Private prisons.", 29 June 2018...

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15 June 2018
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Autor: Alexandra F. Levy, The Human Trafficking Legal Center

"Fact Sheet: Human Trafficking & Forced Labor in For-Profit Detention Facilities. Strategic Litigation in U.S. Federal Courts", 2018...

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5 June 2018
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Autor: Victoria Law, In These Times (USA)

"Investigation: Corporations Are Profiting From Immigrant Detainees’ Labor. Some Say It’s Slavery.", 29 May 2018...

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20 April 2018
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19 March 2018
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Autor: Betsy Woodruff, The Daily Beast (USA)

"Republicans Say Forced Labor Is Good for Detained Immigrants in Letter Defending Private Prison", 15 March 2018...

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Artigo
21 February 2018
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Autor: Spiegel Online

Der britische Privatdetektiv Peter Humphrey, der 23 Monate lang im Gefängnis des Shanghaier Stadtbezirks Qingpu eingesperrt war, berichtet in der "Financial Times" von den Haftbedingungen - und belastet dabei auch Modeketten wie H&M und C&A....

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21 February 2018
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Autor: Reuters

European fashion giants H&M and C&A, as well as technology company 3M, are looking into a report in the Financial Times alleging that inmates of a Chinese prison made packaging used by the companies......

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4 January 2018
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Autor: Departamento 19 (Honduras)

“Demanda colectiva de inmigrantes contra una empresa que opera un centro de detención”, 31 de diciembre de 2017...

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4 January 2018
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Autor: San Diego Union Tribunes

“Class-action lawsuit alleges immigrants are forced to labor in detention”, 30 December 2017...

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21 November 2017
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Autor: John Kiriakou, OpEd News

State Senate Majority Leader Jim Hendren, a Republican, is using unpaid, forced inmate labor to work at his plastics company, which makes dock floats for Home Depot and Walmart, according to Prison Legal News... ...

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