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Innkjøpspraksis - i samsvar med krav til anstendige arbeidsforhold?

Organization:
Norwatch
Year:
2009
CoC Elements:
General
Other Topics:
Business practice

More and more small and large Norwegian shipyards have moved hull production to low cost countries in Eastern Europe. Working conditions are dangerous, low wages and environmental standards minimal. Norwegian shipyard to order hulls in Eastern Europe, can cut both costs and corners. Read more »

Internationally Recognised Core Labour Standards in Brazil

Organization:
International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)
Year:
2009
Country:
America/Brazil
CoC Elements:
Child labour, Discrimination, Forced Labour and more.
Other Topics:
Legislation and standards, Trafficking

Report on fundamental labor and human rights in Brazil from the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC). Read more »

Mer rättvisa för dina skattpengar?

Organization:
Rena kläder og Fair Trade Center
Year:
2009
Country:
Europe/Sweden
CoC Elements:
Environment
Industry:
Public sector
Other Topics:
Audits, Business practice, Code of conduct and more.

The report sheds light on Swedish land plantings and regions' strategies for the use of ethical standards in purchasing. In January 2008 a new law came into effect that enabled the possibility of setting ethical standards in public procurement in Sweden. Read more »

No improvements in labour conditions in the Philippines

Organization:
MakeITfair
Year:
2009
Country:
Asia/Philippines
Industry:
Electronics
Other Topics:
Business practice, Code of conduct, CSR and more.

Follow-up Report from interviews conducted in 2007 regarding the electronics industry. The report shows little improvement and focus on why the working conditions in the Philippines has not improved. Read more »

Playing with Labour rights

Organization:
MakeITfair (Finnwatch, SACOM og SONO)
Year:
2009
Country:
Asia/China
CoC Elements:
Discrimination, Employment, Health and safty and more.
Industry:
Electronics
Other Topics:
Business practice, Code of conduct, CSR and more.

MakeITfair (Find Watch, SACOM and SONOS) has issued a report concerning the production of portable music players and game consoles. The report identifies a series of violations of labor rights in the industry. Read more »

Reviewing Santa´s workshop

Organization:
SwedWatch
Year:
2009
Country:
Asia/China, Europe/Sweden
CoC Elements:
Employment, Health and safty, Unionising and more.
Industry:
Toys
Other Topics:
Audits, Multi-stakeholder collaboration, Transparecy and reporting

This is a follow-up report on surveys done in 2004 where Swedwatch surveyed factories that produced toys for the Swedish market. Read more »

The Cost of Coercion

Organization:
International Labor Organization (ILO)
Year:
2009
CoC Elements:
Forced Labour
Other Topics:
CSR, Legislation and standards, Legislation and standards and more.

Slavery still occurs in the form of interest-slavery and humantrafficking. The most common causes of forced labor in our days are methods such as the confiscation of identity documents to employees, retention and salary and structure of the debt to the employer. Read more »

The impact of human and trade union rigtas on Children in Burma

Organization:
ITUC
Year:
2009
Country:
Asia/Burma (Myanmar)
CoC Elements:
Child labour, General, Unionising and more.

This report aims to provide an insight into growing children’s rights abuses in Burma, and their relation to widespread trade union rights abuses in the country. It follows from a survey carried out in Burma during August and September 2009 in which meetings were held with tens of stakeholders in the child development sector. Read more »