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6/25/06 The Hindu (India): Where children cook food, run houses and yet go to school
6/12/06 Associated Press Worldstream: Pakistani children go from making to playing with soccer balls
6/12/06 BBC News: Congo's child miner shame
6/1/06 El Comercio: Por cada dólar que el trabajo infantil genera, el país pierde 6’
5/30/06 El Comercio: Más de 8 millones de niños trabajan en Latinoamérica
5/27/06 El Comercio: 14 formas de trabajo infantil se consideran de alto riesgo
4/30/06 The Observer (England): SPECIAL REPORT: The price of sparkle is child slavery
3/1/06 IndUS Business Journal: India’s lost children
1/25/06 El Tiempo: Los niños trabajan en las bananeras, pese a un plan
12/1/05
Portage Daily Graphic (Manitoba): Investigation Says Wal-Mart Suppliers Use Child Labour
11/1/05 Child Labor Coalition: ‘Applies Only to Child Labor’
9/05 Ethical Corporation: Facing the child labour challenge
6/25/04
Washington Times: Nepalese Get Trapped in Indian Circuses
6/16/04 Congressional Record: Senator Harkin on World Day Against Child Labor
6/10/04 Washington Post: El Salvador Scarred by Child Labor
5/14/04 ICFTU: Children's World Congress: Child labor far from being eradicated
5/10/04 BBC: World's child workers speak out
4/23/04 BBC News: Scale of African Slavery Revealed
1/3/04 New York Times: Brazil Pays Parents to Help Poor Be Pupils, Not Wage Earners
12/30/03 New York Times: Benin's Youngest Boys Join Hard Cycle of Migrant Labor
12/14/03 New York Times: African Girls' Route to School is Still Littered With Obstacles
11/24/03 Washington Post: Mexico's Dropout Economy
10/03 Scholastic News: Child Labor Around the World
10/09/03

Washington Post: Too Many Brains Pack Kenya's Free Schools

2/10/03
BBC: Child Victims of Coffee Trade Wars
7/08/99

ILRF Says Presidential Ban on Child Labor-made Goods is Only a First Step

6/10/99
Ending Abusive Child Labor: Global Strategies for a Global Problem
3/05/99
New Senate Bill on Child Labor is Problematic
5/01/98
Global March Against Child Labor Arrives in the United States
11/05/97
International Labor Rights Fund Files Trade Complaint Seeking Import Ban on Carpets Made with Child Labor
10/01/97
Congress Acts to Ban Imports Made With Child Labor
 
8/7/06 ICFTU Online: Spotlight on Ignace Bla (Dignité-Côte d'Ivoire)
4/24/06 Forbes: Slave Chocolate?
4/19/06 The Patriot-News: Cocoa suppliers won't be named
4/18/06 International Labor Rights Fund: Statement for Hershey Shareholders Meeting
4/7/06 Reuters: INTERVIEW-Cocoa users must help fight child labour -Ivory Coast
4/2/06 The Patriot News: 'Transparency' sought about cocoa suppliers
Mar 06 Vital New Zealand: Cocoa Crimes
Jan & Feb/06 Utne Reader: Hot Cocoa
2/13/06 Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Wake Up and Smell the Global Trade Policies
2/13/06 Reuters: Ivory Coast says its cocoa not tainted by slavery
2/13/06 Time Magazine: Guilt-Free Valentines?
2/8/06 New York Times: Chocolate that Flashes its Passport
2/6/06 Marketplace: Ethically-produced chocolate
2/6/06 Marketplace: Bitter secret of a sweet business
2/6/06 ILRF Media Advisory: New Evidence of Child Slavery in Production of Valentine's Day Chocolates
12/6/05
Associated Press: Cocoa Industry Is Booming in Ivory Coast
9/13/05
Miami Student: Alford poor selection for 'Executive of Year'
9/1/05
Guardian Unlimited: Branded
8/25/05 Financial Times: Food Groups Face Child Labor Suit
8/8/05 NPR Kojo Nnamdi Show Interview: Cocoa and Child Slavery
7/27/05 Knight Ridder: ADM targeted in lawsuit alleging forced labor in cocoa farming
7/21/05
Chicago Tribune: Redefining Fair Trade
7/19/05 Glendale News Press: Labor group sues Nestlé
7/18/05 Datamonitor News Service: US food companies sued over forced child labor
7/18/05
The Lone Star Iconoclast: Fair Trade Chocolate At ‘Charlie’ Screenings
7/16/05
Reuters: U.S. companies sued in Calif. over child labor claims
7/15/05
Washington Post: Sorry, Charlie: Johnny Depp's Not Much of a Treat In Tim Burton's 'Chocolate Factory'
7/14/05
ILRF Press Release: Human Rights Watchdog and Civil Rights Firm Sue Nestle, ADM, Cargill, for Using Forced Child Labor
7/4/05 Toronto Star: Child Labour Feeds Chocolate Trade
6/30/05
ILRF Press Release: Harkin-Engel Protocol on Chocolate and Child Slavery Set to Expire on July 1
6/14/05 Congressional Record: Sen. Harkin Speech Against Chocolate Industry and Child Labor
6/9/05 Reuters: Senator urges cocoa trade to act on child labor
3/9/05 Toledo: Take Kids off Cocoa Farms
2/11/05
International Trade Chocolate Manufacturers Group Intervenes In Suit on Côte d'Ivoire's Forced Child Labor
2/10/05 ABC News: Lawmaker Shuns Valentine Candy, Cites Slavery Fear
2/9/05 Chocolate Manufacturers Join Bush Administration to Prevent Enforcement of US Laws Preventing Importation of Goods Made with Child/Slave Labor
10/25/04 Leading Human Rights Watchdog to Sue U.S. Customs Service for Not Enforcing Laws Against Child Labor
10/31/03

One World US: Send Those Halloween Chocolates Back to Mars

5/29/03 The New York Times: U.S. Agency to be Cited in Suit About Trade and Child Labor

5/28/03

ILRF to File Suit Against U.S. Agency for Failure to Enforce its Own Laws
2/14/03

Salon: Bittersweet Chocolate

5/31/02

San Jose Mercury News: U.S. Ban Sought on Cocoa Produced by Child Slaves

 
1/10/06 The Financial Express: Bt cotton seed firms at the receiving end
1/5/06 Business Standard: Proagro penalises 11 cottonseed growers for employing child labour
12/30/05
Business Standard: Proagro to provide lower interest credits to farmers
12/23/05
newindpress.com: Bonded for life
12/8/05
ILRF Press Release: Forced Child Labor in Uzbekistan is Subject of New Study
12/8/05
Environmental Justice Foundation: The True Cost of Cotton
11/25/05
Financial Express: Child labour rampant in AP cotton farms: report
11/17/05
Business Standard: MNC seed cos chalk out action plan for child labour
11/9/05
Business Standard: Low cottonseed procurement price spawns child labour
5/13/05
LA Times: China's Use of Child Labor Emerges From the Shadows
10/4/04 The Hindu: Cotton Farms Continue to Employ Children: Survey
6/29/04 The Hindu: Pesticide exposure claims another child labourer's life
10/03 India Together: ICN Update: No Children on the Farm
 
   
6/29/06 Agence France-Presse: University of Cologne Boycotts Coca-Cola
6/16/06 Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Pro-union study blasts Colombia
6/14/06 Financial Times: Bottled up: why Coke stands accused of being too cosy with the Karimovs
6/14/06 LA Times: Black Residue Settles Over Santa Marta
6/2/06 International Labor Rights Fund Press Release: ILRF & USW Bring New Complaint Against Coca-Cola
5/24/06 Boston Globe: Beating odds, a uniter rose from Chicago's tough side
5/19/06 Miami Herald: Mining boss accused of paying for killings
5/9/06 Political Affairs: The "Coke Side of Life" Could Get You Killed
4/26/06 University of Michigan Coke Campaign Press Release: University Restores Contracts Behind Students’ Backs
4/20/06 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Coke CEO extols mostly positive numbers
4/14/06 Chronicle of Higher Education: Soft Drinks, Hard Feelings
4/3/06 United Students Against Sweatshops: Letter to Coke concerning PT United Can Company in Indonesia
3/06 War On Want: Coca-Cola: Sucking Communities Dry
3/13/06 Wall Street Journal: Soda Rebellion
3/10/06
HortiNews.com: The State of the Colombian Flower Industry over 2005
3/8/06 Bloomberg: Colombia, U.S. Trade Partner, Violates Labor Rights, Study Says
3/5/06 ILRF Press Statement: Another "Classic Coke" Move 
3/4/06 Bloomberg News: Coca-Cola asks UN panel to review Colombia labor practices 
3/1/06 Der Tagesspiegel: Anschwellender Boykottgesang (A Rising Call for a Boycott)
2/13/06 Chicago Tribune: Coca-Cola feels heat on killing
2/9/06 FoodProductionDaily.com: Teamsters join protest against Coca-Cola over workers rights
1/23/06 Business Week Online: Inside Coke's Labor Struggles
1/23/06 Business Week Online: How NYU Chose Colombia over Coke
1/06 PBS Frontline/World: Colombia: The Coca-Cola Controversy
1/6/06 Financial Express: Coke struggles to defend positive reputation
1/6/06 Brand Republic: Coca-Cola worried as student boycott over labour rights in Colombia widens
1/5/06 El Tiempo: Diez universidades de E.U. y Europa vetaron el consumo de Coca-Cola por presuntos nexos con 'paras' or English version
12/30/05
Atlanta Journal Consititution: U. of Michigan kicks Coke out
12/19/05
Colombia Journal: From Coca-Cola to Cocaine: ‘Tis the Season for Hypocrisy in Colombia
12/12/05
Brandweek.com: Big Ban On Campus For Coke Products
12/11/05
El Diario: Un luchador contra la indiferencia
12/9/05
Atlanta Business Chronicle: New York University expels Coke from its campus
12/7/05
Wall Street Journal: Isdell Could Lose Coke’s Cola Crown
11/21/05
United Students Against Sweatshops: response to the lies that Coca-Cola has put out regarding the case in Turkey!
11/18/05
BBC: Coke on the Rocks?
11/17/05
Daily Labor Report: Lawsuit Charges Coca-Cola with Torture
11/16/05
Austin American Stateman: Labor activists sue Coke over spat in Turkey
11/15/05
Seattle: Coca-Cola sued over Turkish labor dispute
11/10/05
Brown Daily Herald: NYU may soon wash its hands of Coca-Cola
11/3/05
Atlanta J-C: Georgia Blue Chips
10/28/05
Daily Vanguard: Financing Violence
10/18/05
Canadian Press: Activists take campaign against Coca-Cola to McMaster, campuses across Canada
10/14/05
Irish Times: Guatemala Letter
10/10/05
Z Magazine: Santo Domingo Massacre in Colombia: A Testimony
9/27/05
Sept 27: The Eyeopener: Students urged to kick Coke habit
9/22/05
Valley Advocate: The Real Thing?
9/10/05
Letter from Luis Javier Correa Suarez: Regional Leader of SINALTRAINAL Assassinated
8/31/05
openDemocracy: Colombia’s agony, Coca-Cola’s responsibility, Americans’ solidarity
6/29/05
ABA: A Foreign Fight (Occidental Petroleum)
5/10/05
Salem Evening News: Colombia provides a case study for evils of corporate
globalization
4/20/05
Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Coke's day a mix of profits, protests
4/20/05
The News Journal (Delaware): Being heard in Wilmington:Shareholders meetings bring city recognition, revenue - and protesters.
4/20/05
New York Times: Coke Finds Its Bright Spots in Faraway Places
4/15/05
USAS Statement: Cal-Safety is Not a Credible Monitor for Coke
4/13/05
Coke's Colombia Controversy
4/3/05
El Nuevo Herald: Coca-Cola en Colombia no solo mata la sed
3/26/05
Noteworthy Hispanics Working to End Exploitation
3/05
Statement In Support of Peaceful Means of Resolving The Conflict In Colombia
3/24/05
The Nation: Coke: The New Nike
Jan 05
Multinational Monitor: The 10 Worst Corporations of 2004
1/05
La Jornada: Coca-Cola Faces a Repudiation Campaign (English translation)
Enfrenta Coca-Cola campaña de repudio
11/21/04
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: America's Other War--Colombia
11/18/04
NY Times: Assassination is an Issue in Trade talks
10/27/04
ZNet: US War of Terror in Colombia
July/Aug
Z Magazine: Killer Coke
7/27/04
Colombia Journal: Coca-Cola in Colombia
5/26/04
El Tiempo: The nation is sentenced to pay 2000 million pesos to the victims of the attack on Santo Domingo
5/11/04
CNN: Chiquita paid alleged terror groups
4/30/04
Amnesty International: Colombia: A Dangerous Place for Trade Unionists
4/27/04
Democracy Now: Killer Coke: Activist Disrupts Coca Cola Shareholders Meeting
4/22/04
Washington Post: Human Rights Charges Still Gnaw at Coca-Cola
4/22/04

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Coca-Cola Co: Scuffles, catcalls spice meeting

4/21/04
AP: Coke defends business practices, CEO search secrecy as profits soar
4/17/04
Financial Times: Colombian union renews Coke suit
4/16/04
Colombian Plaintiffs File Amended Complaint Against Coca-Cola
4/14/04
Secretary-Treasurer of the AFL-CIO supports struggle of Drummond workers
4/6/04
Labor Rights Fund Hails Progress in Alien Tort Claims Act Suit Against Occidental Petroleum
4/4/04
Counterpunch: The Magic of Coca-Cola
2/24/04
In These Times: Coke's Killers
2/2/04
City Council Delegation to Colombia Reports on Human Rights Claims Against Coca-Cola
12/21/03
AP: Three Colombian Airmen Charged in Bombing (Occidental Petroleum)
12/19/03
Fiscalia llama a juicio a 3 miembros de FAC (Occidental Petroleum)
11/24/03
Atlanta Business Chronicle: Students Call for Coke Boycott
Nov 03
Dollars and Sense: Stop Killer Coke!
11/11/03
New York Daily News: Bottling Coke and Spilling Blood
11/04/03
Colombia: Trade unionists face alarming resurgence in death threats and forced displacements
10/6/03
Wall Street Journal: Colombian Killings Land U.S. Company In American Court
8/26/03
L.A. Times: Colombian Air Force Chief Quits (Occidental Petroleum)
8/21/03
Vicepresidente denuncia nexos de empresarios con muertes de sindicalistas
Vice President denounces links of business leaders with deaths of unionists
8/20/03
El Tiempo: Vicepresidente denuncia nexos de empresarios con asesinos de sindicalistas
Vice President denounces links of business leaders with deaths of unionists
8/4/03
TIME Europe: Soft Drink, Hard Times: Colombians Boycott Coca-Cola
7/24/03
The Guardian: Coca-Cola Boycott Launched After Killings At Colombian Plants
6/26/03
New York Times: Rights Groups Overseas Fight U.S. Concerns in U.S. Courts
5/03
Human Rights Dialogue: Alien Tort Claims Act: Colombia by Javier Correa
4/29/03
La Roche student sues oil company over '98 bombing (Occidental Petroleum)
4/29/03
Union lawsuit against Coke marks unusual effort to aid labor in Colombia
4/25/03
Los Angeles Times: Occidental Sued in Human Rights Case
4/24/03
Lawsuit Filed Against Occidental Petroleum for Involvement in Colombian Massacre
Demanda Presentada Contra Occidental Petroleum por su Involucración en Masacre
4/17/03
New York Times: Investors Dump Coca-Cola Co. Shares
4/17/03
Houston Chronicle: Human Rights, Salary at Issue for Coca-Cola
4/16/03
Houston Chronicle: Union to Protest at Coke Annual Meeting
4/15/03
Colombian Union May Proceed Against Drummond Company
Sindicato Colombiano Puede Avanzar en la Demanda Contra Drummond
4/03/03
El Tiempo: Investigan en E.U. a embotelladora de Coca Cola en Colombia por presunto apoyo a paramilitares
4/02/03
BBC: Coke bottler faces death suit
4/02/03
Miami Herald: Suits OK'd against Coke bottlers
6/07/02
Atlanta Journal and Constitution: Coke, Colombia Bottler Fight Lawsuit
6/06/02
Atlanta Journal and Constitution: Murder in Colombia Lands Coca-Cola in Court Battle
3/22/02
New York Times: Alabama Coal Giant is Sued Over 3 Killings in Colombia
2/14/02
Hoffa Tells Coke: Protect Your Workers
1/28/02
The Coca-Cola Killings: Is Plan Colombia funding a bloodbath of union activists?
11/24/01
"It's the Real Thing: Murders at Coke", by David Bacon
9/26/01
Creative Loafing Atlanta: Terror: It's the Real Thing
8/13/01
Time Magazine Intl. Edition: Under The Gun: Execution-style
killings have Colombia's trade-union activists running scared
7/26/01
New York Times: Union Says Coca-Cola in Colombia Uses Thugs
7/23/01
Colombia Report: Coca Cola Accused of Using Death Squads to Target Union Leaders
7/19/01
Coca-Cola (Coke) to Be Sued for Human Rights Abuses in Colombia
3/13/06 The Jakarta Post: Abuses by int'l firms in RI to be raised with UN
3/9/06 ABC News: Exxon to Appeal Aceh Torture Case Ruling
3/8/06 Associated Press: Exxon: Torture suit sets bad precedent
3/8/06 Agence France-Presse: Exxon appeals against US court order over Aceh abuses
3/3/06 Bloomberg News: Exxon to face suit by villagers over abuse claims
1/10/06 Wall Street Journal: Digging Deep
1/9/06 New York Times: Recklessness in Indonesia
10/21/05 The Houston Chronicle: Villagers' suit will be in a state court
7/12/05
New York Times: Exxon Mobil Becomes Focus of a Boycott
6/8/05
Acehkita.com: We Condemn Human Rights Violation: ExxonMobil
5/27/05
acehkita.com: Pemegang Saham ExxonMobil Pertanyakan Pemberian Dana untuk Militer Indonesia (in Bahasa Indonesia)
5/26/05
SocialFunds.com: The Ghost of a Shareholder Resolution Haunts ExxonMobil Annual Meeting
5/25/05
Press Release: ExxonMobil Investors Shareholder resolution
5/25/05
Statement on Behalf of Antioch New England Graduate School Faculty Senate
5/25/05
Statement by Munawar Zainal, Secretary General, Acheh Center-USA
5/25/05
Reuters: Shareholders push Exxon for change
1/21/05
Asia Times Online: US Ties and Challenges to Peace in Aceh
1/21/05
The Independent: Indonesian Army Ignores Ceasefire to Attack Rebels
Jan
Foreign Policy in Focus: Phoenix Rising? Policy report on Aceh, Indonesia (PDF)
1/21/05
SF Chronicle: Military-backed militia sets up Aceh relief effort
1/17/05
NYT: Rebels Express Thanks for Aid to Indonesians
1/17/05
NYT Editorial: The Need to Curb Indonesia's Army
1/15/05
Transcript from To The Point: Indonesian military in Aceh
1/15/05
Australian Financial Review: Why Jakarta Wants Foreigners Out
1/12/05
Baltimore Sun: From Crisis, Opportunity
1/12/05
Znet: Aceh Goes to Heaven!
1/10/05
Sydney Morning Herald: Hope from Aceh's Ruins
1/4/05
IPS: Military offensive hinders aid to Aceh
1/4/05
NPR Democracy Now: Exxon Mobil, Aceh and Tsunami
2/29/04
NYT: Indonesia Takes a Tortuous Path to Oil
2/14/04
Jakarta Post: Of the hearts and minds of the Acehnese
2/11/04
WSJ: Washington's Tilt to Business Stirs a Backlash in Indonesia
6/25/03
Hundreds Rally in Aceh Gasfield to Demand Extension of Contract
11/22/02
Three Acehnese Arrested; Troops Worked for Exxon Mobil: Urgent Action
8/29/02
Washington Post Editorial: Powell's Awkward Position
8/19/02
New York Times Editorial: Oily Diplomacy
8/15/02
Far Eastern Economic Review: Calculating Human Rights
8/14/02
International Herald Tribune: U.S. Hypocrisy in Indonesia
8/10/02
Washington Post Editorial: Human Rights and Terror (PDF)
8/09/02
Agence France Presse: Exxon Welcomes US Backing on Lawsuit
8/08/02
The Economist: In Aceh, "Indonesian" is a Synonym for Foreigner
8/08/02
New York Times: U.S. Backs Oil Giant on Lawsuit in Indonesia
8/07/02
Wall Street Journal: White House Sets New Hurdles for Suits Over Rights Abuses
8/07/02
L.A. Times: U.S. Wants Suit by Indonesians Dismissed
8/06/02
Reuters: U.S. Says Interests Hurt by Suit Against Exxon
8/05/02
Financial Times: US Seeks to Halt Human Rights Suit Against Exxon
8/02/02
Human Rights Watch: U.S./Indonesia: Bush Backtracks on Corporate Responsibility
8/02/02
State Department Opinion Regarding ExxonMobil Litigation (PDF)
7/14/02
New York Times: Indonesia's Guerilla War Puts Exxon Under Siege
6/14/02
The Nation: Exxon Mobil-Sponsored Terrorism?
5/30/02
Agence France Presse: ExxonMobil Fights Indonesia Rights Suit
1/11/02
Agence France Presse: Aceh Rebels Accuse ExxonMobil
of Involvement in "Brutal Military Campaign"
 
10/23/01
FPDRA chairperson Kautsar goes on trial
10/09/01
Acehnese Student Leader Released from Prison
10/03/01
Jakarta Post: U.S. War on Terrorism may Prove Tragic for Aceh
9/25/01
Mother and Child Kidnapped by Indonesian Soldiers
9/13/01
The Straits Times: Acehnese Leaders Flee Province
9/02/01
Agence France Presse: Legislator, Five Civilians Killed in Indonesia's Aceh
8/20/01
Human Rights Watch: Indonesia: Abuses Mount in Aceh
8/13/01
Time Asia: Who Knew? Amid reports of increasing atrocities
by Indonesian troops, ExxonMobil prepares to return to Aceh
8/07/01
Loyalty Oath Taken by Villagers in the Vicinity of Arun LNG Plant
7/29/01
Aid Workers Find & Bodies in Indonesia's Aceh - Report
7/28/01
Joyo Indonesian News: ExxonMobil Executives Summoned Over Workers' Dismissal
7/27/01
San Francisco Chronicle: Aceh Under Siege: Indonesia
Mounts Violent Campaign to Subdue Rebellious Province
7/20/01
TNI Sends Three More Batallions to Aceh
7/18/01
Two Human Rights Defenders Arrested in Aceh
7/12/01
UPDATE on 3 Protesters Arrested in Aceh
7/12/01
Three Activists Arrested at ExxonMobil Demonstration in Aceh
6/23/01
South China Morning Post: Close ties with military keep company under rights spotlight
6/22/01
BBC News: Exxon 'Helped Torture in Indonesia'
6/22/01
Financial Times: Exxon in Human Rights Trouble
6/22/01
Associated Press: 26 Killed in Two Days of Violence in Indonesia's Aceh
6/21/01
ExxonMobil Sued in U.S. Court for Human Rights Abuses in Indonesia
6/21/01
New York Times: Lawsuit Says Exxon Aided Human Rights Abuses in Indonesia
8/12/06 The Guardian (UK): Young shoppers scorn ethical wear
8/3/06 Women's Wear Daily: Shifting Apparel Landscape
7/9/06 United News of Bangladesh: Minimum wage for RMG workers likely by August: Anisul Haq
7/3/06 Ledger-Enquirer (Columbus,Georgia): Not made in the U.S.A.
6/19/06 BusinessWeek: Stalking High-Tech Sweatshops
6/19/06 Agence France Presse: Bangladesh garment workers to stage fresh protests for wage hikes
6/17/06 LA Times: Haiti Seeks US Tariff Relief for Garment Industry
6/17/06 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Editorial: All-star effort / The Pirates should speak up about sweatshops
6/16/06 Women's Wear Daily: Jeans Take the Global Production Path
6/13/06 Bangkok Post: Shrimpers in Rough Waters
6/12/06 Financial Times: Retailers see all their activities through green filter ETHICAL CONSUMERS
6/12/06 New York Times: Sweatshops in Africa? Consider the Case of Jordan
6/8/06 LA Times: Democrats Mark DeLay's Exit by Targeting Island Manufacturers
6/8/06 The Oregonian: In relief of Mr. Kristof, The Rocket
6/7/06 Washington Post: Democrats Renew Push for Mariana Labor Bill
6/6/06 New York Times: In Praise of the Maligned Sweatshop
5/06 Social Observatory Institute (Brazil): Is this in fashion?
C&A sells clothes produced in clandestine sweatshops that exploit illegal immigrants
5/24/06 Reuters: Oxfam blows whistle on sports manufacturers
5/3/06 New York Times: An Ugly Side of Free Trade: Sweatshops in Jordan
5/3/06 Women's Wear Daily: Fair Trade Fashion Takes Off in Europe
4/27/06 International Labor Rights Fund Position Statement: Ethical Consumerism and the Designated Supplier Program
4/20/06 CorpWatch: Target: Wal-Mart Lite
4/20/06 Coalition for Justice in the Maquiladoras Press Release: Lajat Struggle Resolved in Unprecented Negotiations
3/29/06 SweatFree Communities Press Release: Legislature Passes Anti-Sweatshop Bill
3/27/06 USA Today: How Barbie is Making Business a Little Better
3/23/06 International Labor Organization Online: Is the “Barbie Doll factor” good or bad for international labour markets?
3/14/06 South China Morning Post: Kingmaker to close plants after losing Timberland deal
3/3/06 The Hindu: Cross Stitches
2/28/06 SweatFree Communities News Release: Maine Governor Launches National Anti-Sweatshop Initiative
2/23/06 SweatFree Communities News Release: Schools, Cities, States Unite to Fight for Historic Sweatshop Reforms
2/16/06
Associated Press: U.S. rules delaying CAFTA
2/15/06
Phoenix Weekly: Mainland Toy Companies Facing the ICTI Delemma
2/10/06 Toronto Star: Sweatshop policy gains clout
2/06 Contexts: Consumers with a Conscience: Will they pay more?
1/25/06 Financial Times: Bono signs big names to fight Aids
12/11/05
Reuters: Labor conditions improving -- slowly -- in factories
12/7/06 Deutsche Presse-Agentur: India's weaving industry falls victim to globalization
11/29/05
Associated Press: Report: Overseas factories still see overtime problems
11/28/05
The Nation: Students Confront Sweatshops
11/3/05

International Relations Center: San Francisco Board of Supervisors is a Global Good Neighbor

11/2/05
Financial Times: Social audits 'are failing to detect factory abuses'
11/2/05
Brand Strategy: SUPPLY CHAINS: Working on a chain gang
10/10/05
Workforce Management: Have outsourcer monitoring programs run their course?
9/13/05
Associated Press: SF Pledges to Use Purchasing Power to Produce Sweatshop Reform
9/1/05
Industrial Safety and Hygiene News Online: ISO’s Social Responsibility guidelines: A small step forward — maybe
7/05 Word Magazine: Sweatshop Labour in Hip-Hop Apparel
Summer 2005 Boston Review: American Sweatshops: Organizing workers in the global economy
5/19/05
Namibia: Textile Sector Stumbles As Foreign Owners Pull Out
5/12/05
New York Times: Low-cost and sweatshop-free
4/23/05 The Times: Nike on the run after Coke's cave-in
4/21/05 The Daily Campus - News (UConn): Co-op gets 'Union Made'
4/22/05 Financial Times: Why ethical sourcing means show and tell
4/16/05 Independent: The ethical revolution sweeping through the world's sweatshops
4/13/05 GlobeandMail.com: Nike disclosure takes an extra step
4/11/05 Associated Press: 4 Killed in Bangladesh Factory Collapse
4/4/05 USA Today: Cambodia's sales pitch: Sweatshop-free products
3/17/05 Guilt-Free Shopping
3/15/05 Lou Dobbs: Sweatfree clothing
5/11/04 Houston Chronicle: Labor Supporters Wary of Trade Pact
3/4/04 BBC: Olympic race: Tales of workers' woes
2/8/04
Washington Post: Chinese Workers Pay for Wal-Mart's Low Prices
1/24/04
The Economist: Capitalism in the Raw
12/07/03
New York Times: Ruse in Toyland: Chinese Workers' Hidden Woe
02/01/01
ILRF Commissions Investigation of Mexican Factory
05/04/00
Open Letter to Nike by FLA-Member NGOs
01/26/00
New York Times: "Anti-Sweatshop Movement is
Achieving Gains Overseas," by Steven Greenhouse
11/22/99
ILRF to Train NGO Factory Monitors
06/22/99
Twenty-two Colleges and Universities Support International Labor Rights Fund
12/04/98
International Labor Rights Fund Endorses the Apparel Industry Partnership Agreement
Fall 05 Human Rights Brief: The Unocal Settlement
7/05 Mother Jones: Pirates of the Corporation
Spring 05
Chapman Law Review: Doe V. Unocal: Holding Corporations Liable for Human Rights Abuses on their Watch
3/22/05
LA Times: Unocal Settles Human Rights Lawsuit Over Alleged Abuses at Myanmar Pipeline
1/24/05 Business Week: A Milestone for Human Rights
12/15/04
Unocal Plans to Settle Human Rights Suits Stemming from Pipeline Project in Burma
12/14/04
Financial Times: Unocal Pays Out in Burma Abuse Case
12/14/04
LA Times: Unocal to Settle Rights Claims
9/15/04 FT: Judge allows human rights lawsuit against Unocal to proceed
9/15/04
LA Times: Unocal Must Face Abuse Suit
9/14/04 NY Times: Judge OK's Human Rights Suit Against Unocal
8/1/04
FT: The Questions Over Aiding and Abetting
2/10/04 Mother Jones: Courting Responsibility
1/23/04 Court finds that Unocal knew or should have known that human rights abuses would occur at the time it entered into project negotiations; permits case to go forward.
1/22/04 AP: L.A. judge to issue oral ruling on Unocal's liability in human rights case
12/10/03 New York Times: Lawyer Says Unocal Should Not Shift Blame
12/10/03 LA Times: Unocal Trial on Myanmar Pipeline Opens
12/09/03 Wall Street Journal: Unocal Myanmar Project Trial Opens in Los Angeles
11/24/03 Time: Slave Labor?
9/14/03 Toronto Star: Corporations Facing Abuse Suits
8/13/03 Washington Post: Pipeline to Justice
8/08/03 New York Times editorial: An Important Human Rights Tool
8/01/03 L.A. Times: California Law to Govern Unocal Human Rights Case, Judge Rules
6/30/03 The Nation: Profits at Gunpoint
6/23/03 U.S. News & World Report: The Court of Foreign Affairs
6/16/03 L.A. Times: 1789 Law Acquires Human Rights Role
6/15/03 L.A. Times: Pipeline to Justice?
5/19/03 Common Dreams News Center: Villagers Vs. Oil Giant
5/03 Human Rights Dialogue: Alien Tort Claims Act: Burma by U Maung Maung
Winter
2002-03
Open Society News: Holding Businesses and Burma's Government Responsible for Human Rights Abuses
9/19/02
L.A. Times: U.S. Ruling Says Firms Liable for Abuse Abroad
9/18/02
Plaintiffs Win Ninth Circuit Victory Over Unocal
8/29/02
Washington Post Editorial: Powell's Awkward Position
8/10/02
L.A. Times: Judge Lets Unocal Ask State Dept. to Intervene in Myanmar Lawsuit
7/15/02
The Nation: Corporate Human Rights
7/11/02
Far Eastern Economic Review: The Era of Responsibility
6/21/02
Newsweek Web Exclusive: 'The Party is Over'
6/16/02
Boston Globe: Bad Business in Burma
6/12/02
Los Angeles Times: Judge OKs UNOCAL Abuse Lawsuit
6/12/02
New York Times: UNOCAL to Face Suit on Human Rights
6/11/02
Wall Street Journal: UNOCAL Will Face Suit Over Myanmar Venture
8/31/01
Burmese Workers Suing Unocal in Los Angeles Will Have Their Day in Court
3/05/01
Burmese Workers Win U.S. Court Ruling Against UNOCAL Corporation
9/08/00
Washington Post: Claim Against UNOCAL Rejected
9/05/00
Judge Ronald S.W. Lew Rules Against Slave Laborers
Working for UNOCAL in Burma
7/07/00
Washington Post: "Uphold Human Rights Amid Globalization", by Harry Wu
5/02/00
Washington Post: "UNOCAL 'Smoking Gun' Alleged"
6/06/04 El Caribe: RD enfrenta denuncias por acoso sexual en la OIT
9/14/03 Estudio revela que trabajadoras de zonas francas son víctimas del acoso sexual
12/02
Foreign Policy in Focus: Trade is a Women's Issue, by Bama Athreya.
7/18/02
Washington Post: Senate Panel to Defy Bush, Vote on Women's Treaty
5/17/02
Pattern of Sexual Violence Against Women & Their Daughters
Revealed in Production of Imported Kenyan Coffee
5/16/02
Financial Times: US May Press Countries over Labour Rights
8/29/01
The Guardian: Deadly Blooms: Colombia's flower industry is based on the exploitation of its women workers
1/17/01
President Clinton Gives ILRF New Grant to Fight Abuse of Women in Sweatshops
6/28/06 Fortune Magazine: Corporate America's hidden risks
6/19/06 Diario El Comercio: La agresión a los trabajadores crece
6/18/06 Miami Herald: CAFTA threatens small farmers
5/30/06 Financial Times: Globalisation must be saved from the radical global utopians
5/4/06 Inquirer (Philippines): RP now 2nd most dangerous country for labor unions
4/24/06 Forbes: Your Image in Court
4/5/06 Boston Globe: Selling out or buying in?
3/24/06 Associated Press: Argentines Remember Victims of Dirty War
3/19/06 New York Times: Fair Prices for Farmers: Simple Idea, Complex Reality
3/9/06 National Journal's CongressDailyAM: Democrats, Labor Sound Warnings On Peru Free-Trade Deal
3/2/06 New York Times: Central American Trade Deal Is Being Delayed by Partners
3/1/06 The Nation: CAFTA's Corpse Revived
2/22/06 Washington Post: World Bank Goes Into the Global Crafts Business
2/22/06 Palm Beach Post: Toss a tomato at fair-trade label
1/19/06 Daily Texan: Beneath the Golden Arches
1/13/06 Reuters: Mexico activist freed in surprise rights victory
1/11/06 Common Dreams: Bush Administration Using Implementation of CAFTA Agreement to Further Expand Corporate Rights in Central America
1/5/06 Diario La Tribuna: Work stoppage at Urraco banana plantations
12/21/05
Sarbanes-Oxley: Make-TIAA-CREF Ethical Coalition Makes It Voice Heard
12/19/05
Time Magazine: Getting Smart at Being Good - Are Companies Better Off for It?
12/12/05
Global Exchange: The 14 Worst Corporate Evildoers
12/12/05
Triangle Business Journal: Union takes case against North Carolina to ILO
12/9/05 United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE) Press Rlease: Complaint filed with UN Agency Accusing North Carolina of International Labor Law Violations
12/1/05
BBC: Mali's David v Goliath GM struggle
11/11/05
Inside US Trade: Levin Sees Little USTR Willingness to Compromise on Labor in FTAs
11/9/05

East Bay Express: Was DiFi Batting for Big Oil?

10/25/05 YaleGlobal: China, India Superpower? Not so Fast!
9/26/05
Minuteman.org: Hiding the truth about CAFTA
7/21/05
Chicago Tribune: Redefining Fair Trade
7/1/05 The Frontrunner: Senate Approves CAFTA
7/1/05
New York Times: Report Criticizes Labor Standards in Central America
6/29/05
Associated Press : U.S. Blocked Release of CAFTA Reports
6/29/05
KESQ Channel 3: Administration blocked release of reports on Central America trade agreement
6/29/05
ILRF Media Advisory: New Reports on Labor Conditions in Sugar Industry in Central America
6/24/05 Miami Herald: CAFTA provides summer suspense in Washington
6/12/05 Washington Post: CAFTA in Peril on Capitol Hill
5/16/05
On Point radio program on forced labor in the global economy
5/3/05 Levin Cites Critical Reports On Central American Labor
5/3/05 CQ: Reports Raise Concerns About Labor Standards in CAFTA Countries, Foe Says
4/12/05 t r u t h o u t | Perspective: Central America up in arms over CAFTA
4/5/05 Lou Dobbs Tonight: CAFTA
4/5/05 ILRF Press Release: On Eve of CAFTA Debate
3/16/05
Reuters: Guatemalan anti-free trade protester shot dead
9/5/04
Knight Ridder: Products of Brazil's slavery find way to U.S. markets
7/14/04 CorpWatch: Not in their backyard
6/30/04 Washington Post: Rights Ruling a Compromise
6/30/04 NY Times: Human Rights Abuses Worldwide Are Held to Fall Under U.S. Courts
6/29/04 Financial Times: Court Limits the Use of US Law by Foreigners
6/29/04 ILRF: Leading Human Rights Lawyer Hails Supreme Court Decision Upholding Alien Tort Claims
4/30/04 ICFTU: May Day: Trade unions around the world call for respect for workers' rights
4/1/04 Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Don't deny world's abused the justice of U.S. courts
3/31/04 Washington Post: Court Hears Cases on Agents' Actions Abroad
3/31/04 New York Times: Justices Hear Case About Foreigners' Use of Federal Courts
3/30/04 New York Times: Legal Actions Over Foreign Misdeeds
2/24/04 La Prensa Libre: EE.UU. estudia suspender los acuerdos arancelarios por violaciones laborales
2/17/04 Wall Street Journal: Is Your Grocery List Politically Correct?
1/04 Conflicto laboral en DELSUR (El Salvador)
12/30/03 New York Times: China's Workers Unite, but Bosses Run the Unions
12/11/03

New York Times: Labor Rallies in Support of Bill to Back the Right to Join Unions

12/10/03 U.S. Arrests Iraqi Union Leaders
12/04/03 NY Times: On Eve of Trade Talks, Group Reports Salvador Labor Abuses
11/25/03 LA Times: Grocery Unions Battle to Stop Invasion of the Giant Stores (Wal-Mart)
11/25/03 New York Times: The Wal-Martization of America
11/24/03 LA Times: Scouring The Globe to Give Shoppers an $8.63 Polo Shirt (Wal-Mart)
11/23/03 LA Times: An Empire Built on Bargains Remakes the Working World (Wal-Mart)
10/5/03 BBC: Legal Aid for China's Workers
9/9/03
Mexico Accepts NAALC petition regarding treatment of H-2A workers in US
8/7/03
The New York Times: The Court of Last Resort
7/7/03
In These Times: Laws of Empire: Bush Again Supports Corporations Over Human Rights
6/20/03
Globe and Mail: Bush to NGOs: Watch Your Mouths
6/02/03
The New York Times: A Needed Human Rights Law
5/03
Human Rights Dialogue: Alien Tort Claims Act: Holding Corporations Accountable for Human Rights Violations in the Global Economy.
7/15/02
The Nation: Corporate Human Rights
5/18/02
San Francisco Chronicle: Ecuador Border Tainted by U.S.-Made Coca Killer
Spring 02
The Key Human Rights Challenge: Developing Enforcement Mechanisms
6/21/01
New York Times: U.S. Courts Become Arbiters of Global Rights and Wrongs
5/02/00
Foreign Policy in Focus: "Don't Strengthen the WTO by Admitting
China," by Sarah Anderson, John Cavanagh and Bama Athreya
11/28/99
US Advocacy for Reform of the WTO – Progress or Posturing ?
11/19/99
"China's Big Losers", by Bama Athreya
7/15/98
Mexico Announces Review of Washington State Apple Workers Complaint Under NAFTA Labor Side Agreement
5/27/98
Faulting U.S. Labor Laws, Mexican Unions File "Broadest" NAFTA Labor Complaint on Washington State Apple Industry
1/15/98
ILRF Seeks Enforcement of Law That Conditions U.S. Support for IMF Bailout of Korea, Indonesia and Thailand on Improved Enforcement of Worker Rights
11/04/97
Clinton's Fast Track Deal with Senate Contains More False Promises
10/31/97
NAO Case Filed to Stop Illegal Firings at Korean Firm in Mexico
9/17/97
Clinton's Fast Track Proposal Sells Out Labor and Environment
   
Daimler Chrysler / Argentina

3/24/06 Associated Press: Argentines Remember Victims of Dirty War
5/15/05 O Globo: Kirchner promete apoio a investigações
4/21/05 Photo of former DaimlerChrysler workers staging a protest to demand justice in Argentina
4/4/05 New York Times: Half-Century Later, a New Look at Argentine-Nazi Ties
1/28/04 Irish Times: Mercedes in the Dock
1/15/04
Sacramento Bee: Suit accuses DaimlerChrysler in killings of Argentine workers
1/15/04 BBC: Car Giant "Abused Human Rights"
1/15/04 Associated Press: Argentine War Victims Sue Mercedes-Benz
1/15/04 San Francisco Chronicle: Carmaker sued by kin of Argentine workers
   
Flowers

7/12/06 New York Times: A Dangerous Job in Colombia
5/10/06 International Labor Rights Fund: Mother’s Day Brings Extra Strain for Colombian and Ecuadorian Women Workers
3/10/06 HortiNews.com: The State of the Colombian Flower Industry over 2005
2/14/06 Miami Herald: Colombian union chief confronts Dole Flowers
2/14/06 Cactus Press Release: Dia de las Trabajadoras y Trabajores de Flores 2006
2/13/06 UCLA Daily Bruin: Pesticides kill the romance
2/12/06 Reuters: The Globalized Valentine Flowers
2/10/06 The Arkansas Traveler: A Thorn in Valentine's Side
2/9/06 LA Times: Flower Farmers Going Organic
2/8/06 San Franciso Chronicle: A Rose is a Rose... Or is It?
2/3/06 EcoTalk: Organic Flowers and Chocolates
1/27/06 Diario El Comercio: Otro 'boom' de las flores
11/27/05
Sentinel: California Cut Flower Commission may sue Colombia government for illegal trade
9/1/05 Campaign for Labor Rights update: Sintrasplendor Union's Registry Approved!
8/25/05 The Nation: Kenya: Complaints by workers mar bloom in flower farms
7/05 Cactus Bulletin: Floricultura y derechos laborales
6/9/05 Tiempos del Mundo (Colombia): Crecer con Compromiso Social
5/4/05
USA Today: Growers Say it With Organic Flowers
2/14/05 LA Times: Taking Child Slavery Out of Valentine's Day
2/14/05 Miami Herald: Buy Roses With Workers' Rights in Mind
2/11/05 Valentine's Day Sweatshops
2/10/05 Boulder Weekly: Tainted Love: The dirty truth behind America's traditional valentines
9/9/04
Shanghai Star: Flower Power
5/8/04
Chicago Sun Times: Flower Workers Deserve Better (op-ed by Rep. Schakowsky)
2/16/04 Flower Workers Day Makes Progress
2/14/04 ABC News: Poison Posies?
2/13/03 New York Times: Behind Roses' Beauty, Poor and Ill Workers
8/29/01 The Guardian: Deadly Blooms
 

Wal-Mart


7/06 Harper's: Breaking the Chain - The antitrust case against Wal-Mart
6/27/06 PR Newswire: Wal-Mart Convenes Group of Experts to Discuss Sustainable Business Solutions for the Textile Supply Chain
6/12/06 International Herald Tribune (France): Next Chinese export: Inflation
6/12/06 Washington Post: For Wal-Mart, Fair Trade May Be More Than a Hill of Beans
6/4/06 New York Times Magazine: Mass Natural
6/2/06 UNI Global Union: Wal-Mart blocking union in Ghana
6/1/06 All Headline News: Cancer-Causing Children's Clothes Found In Wal-Marts In China
5/31/06 MarketWatch: 'Where's my pay package?'
5/3/06 New York Times: An Ugly Side of Free Trade: Sweatshops in Jordan
4/13/06 Washington Post: Cart Blanche? The Megamarket's Savings Don't Come Cheap
4/11/06 Citizen-Times.com: Wal-Mart brings with it a hidden price that we are all paying
4/06 AFL-CIO: Unchecked: How Wal-Mart Uses Its Might to Block Port Security
3/30/06 New York Times: Wal-Mart Begins Quest for Generals in P.R. War
3/29/06 Associated Press: Wal-Mart steps up surprise inspections of foreign factories
3/25/06 Guardian: Wal-mart leads charge in race to grab a slice of China
3/24/06 Associated Press: Wal-Mart's move to organics could shake up retail world
3/24/06 The Spokane-Review: Attention Wal-Mart shoppers: Remove those pesky conscience stains
3/20/06 Reuters: Letter from India: The Wal-Mart debate
3/16/06 USA Today: Wal-Mart's hired advocate takes flak
3/15/06 Associated Press: Wal-Mart Ups Central American Investment
3/7/06 The Black Commentator: Andrew Young: Shameless Son
3/3/06 San Diego City Beat: Factory fires spark burning questions about the perils of apparel
3/2/06 National Public Radio: Andrew Young, In Defense of Wal-Mart
2/26/06 Knight-Ridder: A look inside the Wal-Mart business model
2/8/06 Maine Public Broadcasting Network: Proposal Would Beef Up Maine's Anti-Sweatshop Law
2/6/06 Bangor Daily News: Ending sweatshop labor
2/6/06
Yale Daily News: Workers discuss Wal-Mart
2/6/06 The Republican: Workers stage Wal-Mart rally
2/2/06 The Pitch: Always Low, Always
1/25/06 Knight Ridder: Wal-Mexico: Wal-Mart's biggest success
1/23/06 Salon.com: Global fishiness
1/4/06 Manufacturing News: Wal-Mart Lawyers Outsmart Labor Department Regulators
12/20/05 Epoch: Holiday Gifts from Chinese Sweatshops
12/15/05
Bloomberg News: Wal-Mart's Chinese Plants Exploit Workers, Groups Say
12/13/05
AlterNet: What Wal-Mart Wants from the WTO
12/12/05
LA Times: Wal-Mart Hopes WTO Will Help It Open a Door
12/12/05
Boston Globe: Children protest outside Wal-Mart
12/9/05 Powerlines: Low Prices: Widespread Torture: Our new system of global production
12/3/06 Business Standard: Who's Afraid of Wal-Mart?
12/2/06 CCNMatthews: Exposed!
12/1/05
Portage Daily Graphic (Manitoba): Investigation Says Wal-Mart Suppliers Use Child Labour
11/18/05
Lansing State Journal: Protesters target local Wal-Mart
11/16/05
Daily Iowan: Workers share horror stories
11/9/05
New York Times: A Return to Quotas
11/7/05 AlterNet: Wal-Mart's 'China Price'
11/1/05
New York Times: Labor Dept. Is Rebuked Over Pact With Wal-Mart
11/1/05
New York Times: A New Weapon for Wal-Mart: A War Room
11/1/05
New York Times: What Is Organic? Powerful Players Want a Say
11/05
Corporate Legal Times: Labor Group Holds Wal-Mart To Code Of Conduct
10/27/05
The New Republic: Wal-Mart Still Doesn't Get It
10/20/05
Associated Press: Update 1: Wal-Mart to Toughen Overseas Standards
9/17/05
Toronto Globe and Mail: Ex-Wal-Mart workers win battle
9/16/05 NY Times: Wal-Mart Questions Motives Of Lawsuit by Labor Group
9/14/05
LA Times: Wal-Mart Faces Suit by Labor Group
9/14/05
Financial Times: Wal-Mart faces sweat-shop lawsuit
9/14/05
NY Times: Suit Says Wal-Mart Is Lax on Labor Abuses Overseas
9/13/05
Reuters: Workers Sue Wal-Mart Over Sweatshop Conditions
9/13/05 Press Release: Sweatshop Workers on Four Continents Sue Wal-Mart
in California Court
7/1/05
New York Times: Fired Officer Is Suing Wal-Mart
6/17/05 Dateline NBC: Human cost behind bargain shopping
5/4/05 TomPaine.com: As Goes Wal-Mart
5/4/05 NYT: Can't Wal-Mart, a Retail Behemoth, Pay More?
4/15/05 The Nation: Sweet Victory: Maryland Stands Up To Wal-Mart
4/8/05 Wall Street Journal: A Wal-Mart Legend's Trail of Deceit
 

Firestone


6/06 Co-Op America: Firestone Under Fire
5/24/06 BBC News: Firestone in Liberia rubber row
5/9/06 Reuters: Liberia hands Firestone ultimatum on plantation
4/21/06 The Analyst (Monrovia): Exploitation in Liberia
3/11/06 Workers World: Firestone blocks U.S. union aid to Liberia strike By G. Dunkel
2/28/06 AllAfrica: Liberia; Thanks U.S., But...
2/24/06 The Tennessean: Firestone workers say fundraiser was quelled
2/15/06 Reuters: Production Resumes at Firestone Liberia Rubber Plant
12/30/05
SocialFunds.com: Lawsuit Alleges Slavery and Child Labor on Liberian Firestone Plantation
12/15/05
Inter Press Service: LIBERIA: Rubber Workers Charge Slave-Like Conditions
12/8/05
CorpWatch.org: LIBERIA: Firestone Sued Over "Slave" Plantation
12/6/05
Reuters: Workers talk of hardship at Liberia's Firestone
11/25/05
The Analyst Newspaper: 14,000 ‘Slaves’ Seek Relief
11/22/05
allafrica.com: Firestone in Trouble Again in US Court for Practicing Slavery
11/21/05
allafrica.com: Firestone Mirred in Slave Labor Charges in Liberia
11/18/05
The Age: Rights group accuses Bridgestone
11/12/05
CNN International: Is Bridgestone/Firestone Exploiting Liberian Workers?
 

Chevron Texaco


4/26/06 El Mercurio: Más demandas contra Texaco
4/26/06 Diario El Comercio (Ecuador): Nueve ecuatorianos demandan a Texaco
4/25/06 Ecuador Inmediato: Nueva demanda contra Chevrón fue presentada en Estados Unidos