- Union rights: Haitian Free Trade Zone
- How to fight sweatshop bosses
- Nike "fun run"
- New pamphlet
Union rights: Haitian Free Trade Zone
The Haiti Support Group is campaigning for union rights for workers in Haiti's Free Trade areas. The Group has made the links between the fight at Tarrant, in Mexico, where Tarrant customers include Tommy Hilfiger and Levi's, and the conditions of workers who make for these same companies in Haiti.
- More information: www.haitisupport.gn.apc.org
Nike "fun run"
On Sunday 7th September No Sweat protested at Nike's dreadful labour rights record at their massive PR "fun run" event in Richmond Park. Click here for more details of the "knickers to Nike" demo...
- Alternative information: www.runlondon.info
How to fight sweatshop bosses
If you don't know how, or want to get involved, or learn more attend No Sweat's Activist Training day
12.00 - 5.00, Sunday 14 September, LARC centre, 62 Fieldgate Street, London E1, (tubes: Aldgate East, Whitechapel).
No Sweat's new pamphlet Sweatshops and globalisation: an activist's response is available post free for £1.50 (cheques to "No Sweat") from PO Box 36707, London SW9 8YA