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ILRF ToTrain NGO Factory Monitors

ILRF
11/22/1999

The International Labor Rights Fund (ILRF) is pleased to announce a new pilot project to enable labor advocates in four countries to monitor factory conditions. We will work together with local partners in Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Taiwan to monitor conditions in factories producing university-licensed apparel. We will also work with local NGOs and trade unions in Indonesia to monitor factories producing shoes and garments for companies involved in the Fair Labor Association.

Ending Abusive Child Labor: Global Strategies for a Global Problem

Testimony before the Congressional Human Rights Caucus
06/10/1999

Chairpersons Porter and Lantos, and Members of the Human Rights Caucus:

Thank you for the opportunity to speak before this distinguished body of Members whose commitment to the cause of human rights has been demonstrated repeatedly and insistently for many years on many causes in many countries.

International Labor Rights Fund Endorses the Apparel Industry Partnership Agreement

ILRF
12/04/1998

The Board of Directors of the International Labor Rights Fund voted this week to endorse the agreement completed one month ago that establishes a Fair Labor Association to oversee garment and footwear production around the world for the U.S. market. The agreement was the product of intense negotiations involving two trade unions, five human rights, labor rights, consumer and religious organizations and ten apparel and footwear producers over the past 27 months.

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