Sweatshops & Labour

Reporting on working conditions in Haiti

Stitched Up: the Anti-Capitalist Book of Fashion Launch!
Labour Solidarity Meeting on Haiti
Caracol: None of Your Business – Haiti Briefing 75
Wage Hike in Haiti Doesn’t Address Factory Abuses
Haitian Garment Workers Shortchanged on Pay
Haitian Sweatshops: Made in the U.S.A.
Caracol Industrial Park: Worth the risk?
Beaten Haitian Worker Continues Fight for $7-Per-Day Wage
Phoenix Project… born again?
Subsidizing Starvation
Subsidizing Starvation
Gold Rush in Haiti
Gold Rush in Haiti
Special Edition New Internationalist: Haiti Two Years On
Earthquake Relief where Haiti wasn’t Broken
Haitian Workers Campaign against Slave Labour Conditions
May 1, Labour Day: “Work Yes! Slavery No!”
Ending Intimidation of Textile Workers: Campaign
Campaign to end intimidation of textile workers union SOTA
Assembly plants are no quick fix after the quake
Katz: Haiti Accord “paves way” for Korean Factories
Report from Batay Ouvriye Demonstration
Protest the physical abuse of Haitian workers in Port-au-Prince sweatshops!
Saving the Clothing Industry
One Haitian dollar… One Man’s Total Worldly Wealth
Campaign: Garment Assembly Workers in Port-au-Prince
Haitian Workers’ Organiser makes European Connections
Protest Against Abuse of Workers’ Rights
Campaign in support of other new unions and workers’ organisations
Collective Bargaining Contract Signed in Ouanaminthe
Where is the respect for workers’ rights?
Minimum Wage in Haiti Not Enough to Survive
Haiti’s Labour Movement in Renaissance
Wage Slavery (HB21)
Wage Slavery (HB21)
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. ...

In the Shadow of the Sweatshop (HB13)
In the Shadow of the Sweatshop (HB13)
8.93MB In the Shadow of the Sweatshop . Also featuring information on Harold Pinter Haiti Exhibition. Haiti is a country laid waste by decades of dictatorship, and years of economic sanctions. There is a desperate need for reconstruction and development,...

Aristide Returns — Mission Accomplished? (HB10)
Aristide Returns — Mission Accomplished? (HB10)
228KB Three years ago, who would have betted on President Aristide returning to Haiti? Let alone with the support of the United States which for decades has helped to keep Duvalierism alive and kicking. But credit for the return of Aristide must...