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  • Anti-Sweatshop Labour League: The ASSL provides support, references, ideas and information to stop sweatshops.
  • Battling Sweatshops: Public Broadcasting Service on battling sweatshops ("Real Audio," is available. Written April 14, 1997 but still of use today.
  • Big corpations scare museums: Sweatshop Exhibit Delayed.: U.S. history of sweatshops continues to date. An exhibit was shunned and delayed, until Simon Wiesenthal Center's Museum of Tolerance accepted it in late 1999.
  • CISPES Anti-Sweatshop Campaign: Compares historic U.S. sweatshops and exposes sweatshops in Central America, focusing on El Salvador
  • Campaign for Labor Rights: A labor organization which specializes in the struggles of workers in sweatshops. Provides labor updates on Nike, Disney, Guess, Child Labor (including the Rugmark and FoulBall campaign), Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, United States (esp. Farm Workers and Poultry Processing Workers), Youth and Campus Activism, and various Policy Issues.
  • Campaign for Labor Rights: Duke Sets New Licensing Policy: A release regarding Duke University's March 1998 code requiring licensees to disclose information about factory conditions and reserving the right of the university to monitor working conditions and labor practices.
  • Campaign for Real, Equitable Economic Development (CREED): Anti-sweatshop `group` which sponsors the NY CISPES Traveling Sweatshop Theater, a dramatization of sweatshop conditions. Provides event calendar and information about immigration, neo-liberal economics, and labor activism.
  • Child Slave Labor News: Immaculata High School students newspaper on line. This page is about Saipan sweatshops and U.S. firms profiting from that.
  • Clean Clothes Campaign: Organization focused on improving working conditions in the garment and sportswear industry worldwide. Topics includes codes for manufacturers, working conditions, news, publications, and profiles of specific companies.
  • Fair Labor Association: Works with major corporations to improve human rights through agreements with clothing retailers to set minimum anti-sweatshop standards.
  • Farmington Area Citizens to End Sweatshops: Student led `group` working to support human rights issues at the level of retail stores. University of Maine at Farmington.
  • Holiday Season of Conscience: National Labor Committee-sponsored project to inform holiday shoppers and socially responsible investors about sweatshop labor and other corporate abuses.
  • Maquila Solidarity Network: Offers resources on sweatshop conditions, independent monitoring and workers' struggles to improve working conditions and win fair wages, plus a "Stop Sweatshop" campaign.
  • Maquila Solidarity Network: Activists organizing "Maquiladora" factories to improve conditions, win a living wage, and campain against multi-national corporate abuse.
  • National Mobilization Against Sweatshops: NMASS is aimed at fundamentally transforming the sweatshop system according to the needs and human rights of working people.
  • No Sweat: Provides campaigns against sweatshops and child labor, in the UK and around the world.
  • Salon News on sweatshops: Tom DeLay, is characterized as a defender of sweatshops. "The GOP whip thinks that American companies using underpaid garment workers in distant Saipan is just fine." By Jeff Stein in Salon E Magazine, February, 1999.
  • Stop Sweats: Nonprofit devoted to stopping Sweatshops Sections of site: (1) What is a Sweatshop? (2) What You Can Do?, (3) Teaching Resources, (4)Current Campaigns, (5) Students Against Sweatshops, and (6)Stop Sweatshop Links.
  • Sweat Shop accountability: U.S. Retail trade `group` takes position against products of sweatshop labor being sold by member stores.
  • Sweatshop Reform: Hearts and Minds nonprofit site. Offers analysis and current links on how the harsh sweatshop conditions stimulate public reactions.
  • Sweatshop Journal: Minnie Roe conducted an undercover, investigation to report a U.S. firm's sweatshop practices.
  • Sweatshop Watch: Sweatshop Watch is a coalition to eliminate sweatshops in the garment industry.
  • Co-op America's aims to end sweatshops and child labor; supports fair trade, international human and labor rights.
  • Thai Labour Campaign: Covers labor disputes, worker rights campaigns, as well as labor law in Thailand. Provides original research on migrant workers and sweatshops in South East Asia.
  • United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS): An intervarsity coalition devoted to stopping sweatshop labor. Action alerts, discussion forums, and links to past advocacy campaigns provided.
  • Verité: Verité is an independent non-profit organization monitoring international labor rights abuses in off-shore production sites.


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