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Ergon news March 2014 - 0 views

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    Latest news from Ergon
Stuart Bell

Factory flaws go live, National, Phnom Penh Post - 0 views

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    Factory transparency from Better Work Cambodia

    The site, created and maintained by the International Labour Organization's (ILO) Better Factories Cambodia (BFC) program, will publicly name factories that violate two or more ILO workplace standards."
Steve Gibbons

Confectionery: cocoa and child labour - 0 views

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    Cocoa - only sustainable without child labour
Stuart Bell

New updated BSCI Code of Conduct - 0 views

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    "The BSCI Code draws on important international labour standards protecting workers' rights such as International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions, declarations of the United Nations (UN) as well as guidelines of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). It sets out 11 core labour rights, which our participating companies and their business partners commit to incorporating within their supply chain in a step-by-step development approach. The 2014 version has been reinforced with new principles such as 'No Precarious Employment' and 'Ethical Business Behaviour'. "
Stuart Bell

Human Rights Watch | 2014 annual review - 0 views

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    "World Report 2014 is Human Rights Watch's 24th annual review of human rights practices around the globe"
Stuart Bell

New Fairtrade hired labour standard published - 1 views

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    New FLO (Fairtrade) Standard for Hired Labour.
Stuart Bell

Latest Ergon Update January 2014 - 1 views

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    Key developments in the field of labour standards, human rights and decent work that we think will move centre stage during the coming year.
Stuart Bell

BBC News - Nepal's World Cup trail brings misery - 0 views

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    Report on Nepalese migrant workers in Qatar. in wake of Amnesty International report on working conditions
Stuart Bell

Better Work to Launch Programme in Bangladesh « Better Work - 0 views

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    "The International Labour Organization and International Finance Corporation have announced the establishment of a Better Work programme in the ready-made garment sector in Bangladesh. As with its other country programmes, Better Work Bangladesh is a partnership with government, employers, workers, international buyers and other relevant stakeholders. "
Stuart Bell

New ILO global report on child labour trends - 0 views

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    "In contrast to the results reported in the 2010
    Global Report... the newest estimates show
    that real advances have been made in the fight
    against child labour, particularly over the last four
    years. This means governments, workers and
    employers organisations, and civil society are on
    the right track and moving in the right direction.
    The investment, experience and attention paid to
    the elimination of child labour, with priority given
    to its worst forms, are clearly paying off.
    However good this news is, it has to be
    accompanied with an immediate reminder that
    success in this field can only be relative. As
    the assessment of the previous Global Report
    underlined, the progress is still too slow and its
    pace needs to pick up if the world community
    is going to come anywhere near to meeting the
    2016 goal which it aims to achieve"
Stuart Bell

Cooperation against trafficking: Major new initiative to protect women and girls from m... - 0 views

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    "Over 100,000 girls and women in South Asia are set to benefit from a new initiative by the International Labour Organization and the UK Department for International Development, which aims to prevent trafficking within the region and to the Middle East. "
Stuart Bell

Ergon Update June 2013 - 0 views

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    Latest projects and thinking from Ergon
Stuart Bell

Unlimited liabilities in Bangladesh? | Ergon Associates - 1 views

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    What are the financial implications for brands in signing up to the new Bangladesh factory Accord?
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