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Campaign for Labor Rights
In 1995, Bissell helped form the Campaign for Labor Rights to bring attention to sweatshop conditions in factories around the world.
Get it from Campaign for Labor Rights: (541) 344-5410....
For resources on sweatshops and globalization, go to sites of the Campaign for Labor Rights ( ~agj/clr/index.html) and the Network of Educators on the Americas (
The excerpt from the Cincinnati Enquirer report on Chiquita Banana's environmental record in Central America ("Chiquita Peeled," Fall '98) included a quote from Tim Hermach that was obtained by the Campaign for Labor Rights and did not appear in the Enquirer's published version.
A number of groups, including the American AntiSlavery Group and the Campaign for Labor Rights as well as the Free Burma Coalition, launched a boycott of May Stores after the company refused to respond to complaints over "Made in Burma" products on store shelves.
Some strategists, like Trim Bissell, who links a network of local activists through the Internet into the Campaign for Labor Rights (, and Stephen Coats, executive director of the US\Labor Education in the Americas Project, argue that generating sympathy with tales of outrageous abuse isn't enough; antisweatshop groups should focus on solidarity with workers who are actively organizing unions.
In a telephone interview with Campaign for Labor Rights, Tim Hermach, founder and director of the Native Forest Council, described Conservation International as a major player in the greenwashing-for-hire business and described the Rainforest Alliance as a bit player.
organizations the Coalition for Justice in the Maquiladoras and the Campaign for Labor Rights spearheaded a weekend national solidarity action February 10-11 at dozens of Hallark outlets across the United States.
International Labor Rights Fund and the Campaign for Labor Rights mobilized hundreds of individuals and organizations to lobby the Marnier-Lapostolle offices in Paris and New York.
The student campaign has maintained strong connections with the broader anti-sweatshop campaigns of groups like the National Labor Committee and the Campaign for Labor Rights.
The San Diego-based Support Committee for Maquiladora Workers, which has strong ties with the Han Young workers, and the Washington, D.C.-based Campaign for Labor Rights were able to mobilize a network of activists, unionists and members of the U.S.
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