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File PDF document Sector Wide Solutions (Bahasa Indonesia)
by Paul Roeland last modified 19-01-2016 11:00 — filed under: ,
Indonesian version of the Sector Wide Solution (revised version 2009).
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File PDF document Codes de conduite - Une approche complete et integree
by Paul Roeland last modified 19-01-2016 10:57 — filed under:
French translation of Full Package Approach to Labour Codes of Conduct of 2008.
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File PDF document Full Package Approach to Labour Codes of Conduct (Turkish)
by Paul Roeland last modified 19-01-2016 10:57 — filed under:
Turkish translation of Full Package Approach to Labour Codes of Conduct of 2008.
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File PDF document Full Package Approach to Labour Codes of Conduct (Portuguese)
by Paul Roeland last modified 19-01-2016 10:56 — filed under: ,
Portuguese translation of the Full Package Approach to Labour Codes of Conduct of 2008.
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File PDF document Full Package Approach to Labour Codes of Conduct (Spanish)
by Paul Roeland last modified 19-01-2016 10:55 — filed under: ,
Spanish Translation of the Full Package Approach to Labour Codes of Conduct from 2008.
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File PDF document Vier Schritte zu einer fairen Zulieferkette
by Paul Roeland last modified 19-01-2016 10:55 — filed under:
German translation of Full Package Approach from 2008.
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File PDF document La crisis estructural de la flexibilidad laboral
by Paul Roeland last modified 19-01-2016 10:54 — filed under:
Spanish translation of the 'Structural Crisis of Labour Flexibility' report from May 2008.
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File PDF document The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the human rights of workers to form or join trade unions and to bargain collectively
by Paul Roeland last modified 19-01-2016 10:40 — filed under: , , ,
Respect for the human rights of workers is fundamental to the human rights and business debate. With this paper from November 2012, we reaffirm the centrality of industrial relations to both the exercise of due diligence and the remediation of adverse human rights impacts within the framework of the UN Guiding Principles. This paper sets out what it means for a business enterprise to respect the rights of workers to join or form a trade union and the right to bargain collectively. Written by the International Trade Union Confederation, IndustriALL Global Union, the Clean Clothes Campaign and UNI Global Union.
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File PDF document Monitoring & Verification Term guide
by Paul Roeland last modified 13-01-2016 15:01 — filed under: , ,
The following is a glossary of commonly used terms in the current field of monitoring and verification of codes of labor practice in the garment and sportswear industries. The aim of this terminology guide from August 2003 is to clearly define key concepts in order to harmonize terminology and thereby better facilitate debate and improve the quality of work being done in relation to monitoring and verification.
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File PDF document Looking for a quick fix - How weak social auditing is keeping workers in sweatshops
by Paul Roeland last modified 13-01-2016 14:53 — filed under: ,
This report from 2005 researches the weaknesses of social auditing. Social audits to check working conditions in production facilities emerged in the mid-1990s after a number of high profile companies were widely scrutinized for substandard working conditions in their supply chains. At that time, a growing number of companies-for example Nike, Gap, Levi Strauss, and C&A-had adopted codes of conduct that in essence were pledges to prevent exploitation and abuse of workers producing their goods. Labour advocates soon challenged these companies to demonstrate conformity to the standards they had adopted. Calls for independent, civil society based forms of workplace assessments were made.
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