Globalization and Cross-border Labor Solidarity in the Americas: The Anti-sweatshop Movement and the Struggle for Social Justice
Psychology Press, 2005 - 223 páginas
This book describes how workers, unions and NGOs from four Central American countries--Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua--fought back and struggled for social justice alongside US-based unions and NGOs.
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ACILS AFL-CIO AIFLD Anner anti-sweatshop movement apparel August Author interview Bonacich Boomerang Effect Camisas Modernas Campaign for Labor Central America Chentex workers code of conduct collective bargaining company's Confederation contract negotiations corporations cross-border labor solidarity domestic non-state actors El Salvador fired FITTIV free trade zone Frundt Gap campaign garment workers Gladys Manzanares Global Guatemala City Honduras independent monitoring inside the factory International Labor J.C. Penney Kimi campaign Kimi workers Kmart Kukdong Labor Ministry labor movement labor organizing Labor Rights labor solidarity campaigns labor unions leaflets legal recognition Mandarin maquila workers maquiladora industry material leverage National Labor Committee NGOs Nicaragua outcomes percent Phillips Van-Heusen political opportunity pressure PVH workers rehire retailers San Pedro Sula San Salvador Sandinistas September SETMI SITRAKIMIH Social Movements STECAMOSA strategies strike Target Textile Trabajadores transnational advocacy network union leaders union members United Wal-Mart Witness for Peace women worker rights Workers Union York
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