ILRF

AcronymDefinition
ILRFInternational Labor Rights Fund
ILRFIndigenous Land Rights Fund (est. 2004)
ILRFInteragency Labor Relations Forum (professional network)
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The ILRF urged H&M to publish a road map with time-bound, measurable wage increase targets and outline how they will change purchasing practices to ensure workers get a living wage.
The ILRF said 'the entire framework of labor laws is based on permanent employer-employee relationships.'
Then, in early June, ILRF announced an anonymous donor had contributed enough to complete the $30 million fund.
This is a significantly low number compared to several thousands of deaths in Bangladesh only in one industry in the same time period (CPD, 2013; ILRF, 2013).
ILRF says Florverde is "not motivated by an interest to protect workers, but by an interest to sell flowers to US consumers."
The ILRF describes tobacco companies with operations in Malawi as 'big offenders'; the Norway-based FAFO Institute for Applied Social Science says that the country has an estimated 1.4 million child labourers.
Two studies published by the International Labour Rights Forum ( ILRF) and the India Committee of the Netherlands ( ICN), however, showed some signs of progress.
Most of the so-called little hands stitching footballs are in Pakistan, India, China and Thailand, the International Labour Rights Forum (ILRF), a Washington D.C.
Earlier this year, the United Steel Workers (USW) and the International Labor Rights Foundation (ILRF), based in Washington, D.C., succeeded in bringing a landmark case to trial against Drummond Company Inc., a Birmingham, Alabama, coal company.
It was formed in the 1980s to "fight for the rights of workers in international trade." International Labor Rights Fund, History of the ILRF, http://www.laborrights.org (last visited Nov.
Members of the oldest US consumer organization, the National Consumers League, together with representatives of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) such as the International Labor Rights Fund (ILRF) and unions such as the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), were among the principal child labor watchdogs of the late 1980s and early 1990s.