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3 May 2016

Rainforest Foundation & Ethical Consumer Magazine guide ranks companies with palm oil products based on sustainability

Author: Rainforest Foundation UK

"Palm Oil Guide," Apr 2016...

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10 June 2014

Trafficked into slavery on Thai trawlers to catch food for prawns

Author: Kate Hodal & Chris Kelly, Guardian

The Thai fishing industry is built on slavery, with men often beaten, tortured and sometimes killed - all to catch 'trash fish' to feed the cheap farmed prawns sold in the west…[M]any Thai officials not only turn a blind eye to abuse…they are often...

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8 May 2009

[PDF] GLA – Supermarket Protocol

Author: Gangmasters Licensing Authority

The Gangmasters Licensing Authority (GLA) has launched a consultation today on a protocol between the GLA and leading supermarkets to help combat labour exploitation in the UK. Developed through discussions with ASDA [part of Wal-Mart], Iceland [part...

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1 May 2009

UK: Gangmasters Licensing Authority launches consultation on how it can work with supermarkets to combat labour exploitation

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1 May 2009

[PDF] Consultation on the GLA and Supermarket Protocol [UK]

Author: Gangmasters Licensing Authority (GLA)

This consultation seeks views on a specific proposal to develop an agreement between the GLA and the retailers. Over the past 12 months, the GLA has been developing an agreement with ASDA, Iceland, Marks and Spencer, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, the...

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6 March 2007

U.S. State Department Country Reports on Human Rights Practices 2006: Iceland

Author: U.S. State Department Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor

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29 September 2003

Business also benefits from helping the poor: Potential markets can be seductive, but the pathway to success is seldom easy

Author: Alison Maitland, Financial Times

[refers to innovative social projects by Hewlett-Packard in India; also refers to initiatives by Unilever, Iceland, Johnson & Johnson]

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