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4 April 2003
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4 April 2003
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4 April 2003
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Rapport de Human Rights Watch pour la Conférence des Nations Unies contre le racisme, la discrimination raciale, la xénophobie et l'intolérance qui y est associée. Durban, Afrique du Sud, septembre 2001

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1 October 2002
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作者: Rugmark Foundation

Crescent Moon Fibers of Buchanan, Virginia joins RUGMARK’s child labor-free rug production program as the first licensee to use U.S.-produced wool in the making of their rugs in Nepal.

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8 August 2002
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作者: Lisa Schlein, Voice of America

A United Nations committee is holding a special two-day meeting to examine the issue of descent, or caste-based, discrimination...Ms. Burnad [of the Tamil Nadu Women's Forum] said the economic, social, political and cultural rights of Dalit are...

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15 July 2002
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作者: Child Labour News Service

CSRWorld recently launched an online database called "Country Profiles". This section contains labour law database of South Asian countries like India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Country Profiles section is mainly designed for social...

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6 July 2002
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作者: sourced from Kathmandu Post [Nepal]

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17 April 2002
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作者: Tilak Pokharel, Kathmandu Post

Many boys are working in the carpet factories under highly exploitative conditions..."The boys as young as six years of age have to work for at least 11 hours and at maximum 18 hours a day"...Those working in the hotels have to sleep on the tables, if...

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11 April 2002
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作者: Lisa Napoli, MSNBC

Scattered across Northern India, Nepal and Bhutan are 32 settlement camps, home to more than 122,000 Tibetan exiles...Just last month, action was begun in earnest to install a computer in each of these settlements, and to wire each for Internet access....

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20 March 2002
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作者: UN Wire

Out of a population of 22 million, there are nearly 900,000 child laborers in Nepal, an ILO-supported study released yesterday concluded.

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