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International Labor Rights Forum The ILRF is a U.S. based organization that advocates for just and humane treatment of workers worldwide. Projects include ending child labor, protecting the rights for working women, ending sweatshop conditions, and protecting works ability to organize.
Why should we get rid of sweatshops?
In these sweatshops, children and adults work under abysmal, filthy, and unsafe conditions, for little pay. Intimidation and sexual harassment are both used as techniques to keep workers in line. Depression runs high, and often workers turn to drugs as a way to stay awake for 12+ hour workdays.
What do you mean by sweatshops?
sweatshop. noun. sweatshop -ˌshp. : a shop or factory in which employees work long hours at low wages under unhealthy conditions.
What is the solution to sweatshops?
Buy Fair Trade Fair Trade is an economic system that ensures healthy working conditions, self-determination, and fair wages for workers. When you purchase Fair Trade products, you help ensure a sustainable livelihood for farmers and workers.
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Definitions, History, and Morality Matt Zwolinski
by M Zwolinski 2006 The U.S. General Accounting Office defines a sweatshop as an employer that violates more than one federal or state law governing minimum wage and overtime,
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