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clout, and campaigns for sweatshop-free communities and universities.
created a global sweatshop crisis. excuse for why they are not responsible for sweatshop con- in developed countries such as the U.S.
HRD-89-101BR 'Sweatshops' in New York City: A Local Example of
United States, we issued the first of two briefing reports (“Sweatshops” in the U.S.
Public Disclosure of the Sweatshop Practices of American
Sweatshops – Definitions, History, and Morality” – Matt Zwolinski

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Cultural exchange or sweatshop?
What was supposed to be an educational and cultural plus for all involved apparently has been, in some cases, a chance to run sweat shops under the aegis of cultural exchange.
Zara acts over Brazil sweatshop
The owners of Spanish fashion chain Zara say they are strengthening the oversight of their production system after workers were found toiling in a Brazilian sweatshop.
Zara Subcontractor Accused of Sweatshop-Like Conditions
(Cameron Spencer/Getty Images) Global popular fashion chain Zara has been accused of having sweatshop-like conditions at some of the factories in South American it subcontracts from.
Zara contractor in Brazil accused of slave labor
Brian Rudman: Respect the jersey but mock the maker
Shame it didn't come sometime in the past decade or more, when charities such as Oxfam were campaigning against the appalling work conditions and low wages paid in the Asian sweatshops used by the global brands such as adidas.

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Sweatshop - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search. For other uses, see Sweatshop (disambiguation). A sweatshop in New York City, 1889.
Stop Sweatshops
Green America's Ending Sweatshops Program: Economic action to
Sweatshops and child labor are a growing problem, particularly in clothing and textiles.
Sweatshops | International Labor Rights Forum
Sweatshops are workplaces where basic worker rights are not respected.
Sweatshops and Child Labor
Sweatshops and Child Labor The US Department of Labor defines a sweatshop as a factory that violates All kind of products can be made in sweatshops.

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