Sweatshops & Labour

Reporting on working conditions in Haiti

Caracol: None of Your Business – Haiti Briefing 75
Protest the physical abuse of Haitian workers in Port-au-Prince sweatshops!
Stitched Up: the Anti-Capitalist Book of Fashion Launch!
Labour Solidarity Meeting on Haiti
Special Edition New Internationalist: Haiti Two Years On
Haitian Sweatshops: Made in the U.S.A.
Caracol Industrial Park: Worth the risk?
Campaign to end intimidation of textile workers union SOTA
Katz: Haiti Accord “paves way” for Korean Factories
Campaign: Garment Assembly Workers in Port-au-Prince
Wage Hike in Haiti Doesn’t Address Factory Abuses
Assembly plants are no quick fix after the quake
Collective Bargaining Contract Signed in Ouanaminthe
Protest Against Abuse of Workers’ Rights
Haitian Garment Workers Shortchanged on Pay
Haiti’s Labour Movement in Renaissance
May 1, Labour Day: “Work Yes! Slavery No!”
Haitian Workers’ Organiser makes European Connections
Ending Intimidation of Textile Workers: Campaign
Haitian Workers Campaign against Slave Labour Conditions
Beaten Haitian Worker Continues Fight for $7-Per-Day Wage
Where is the respect for workers’ rights?
Minimum Wage in Haiti Not Enough to Survive
Saving the Clothing Industry
One Haitian dollar… One Man’s Total Worldly Wealth
Caracol: None of Your Business
Caracol: None of Your Business
1.8MB This Briefing analyses the situation at the Caracol Industrial Plant, a $424,000,000 assembly-plant "development" project that has created fewer than 2000 less-than-minimum wage jobs. Production may benefit foreign investors and consumers but it...
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Caracol : c’est pas vos affaires
Caracol : c’est pas vos affaires
1.75MB Le cumul des échecs : plus grand mais pas mieux ...

Wage Slavery
Wage Slavery
1.61MB Haitian workers in the capital’s assembly plants work in hot, airless, and dimly lit factories sewing gloves, underwear, sports clothes and other garments for the North American market. ...