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Levi's Children: Coming to Terms with Human Rights in the Global Marketplace

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Synopsis:

Over the last decade, ugly allegations of corporate complicity in human-rights violations have exploded into one of the most controversial issues of our time. Companies are being held responsible by human-rights advocates for the injustices that are the unintended side effects of economic globalization: union repression in China, forced labor in Burma, child workers in Pakistan, and sweatshop abuse throughout the developing world. Using the story of Levi Strauss and Company as a guide, Karl Schoenberger offers a highly readable assessment of the challenge that the human-rights scourge poses to international business. Schoenberger is sensitive to the interests of activists, politicians, and multinationals, and as a result his call for active corporate engagement and rigorous accountability in promoting the rights of overseas workers carries enormous resonance. Simultaneously impassioned and evenhanded, Levi's Children is a work of profound importance, one that may help us chart our course in the next century. "Thorough, well-informed and chatty ... Schoenberger's conclusion is intriguing." — Los Angeles Times Book Review

Product Details

ISBN:
9780802138125
Author:
Schoenberger, Karl
Publisher:
Grove Press
Location:
New York
Subject:
History
Subject:
Labor & Industrial Relations
Subject:
International
Subject:
Clothing trade
Subject:
Human Rights
Subject:
International trade
Subject:
Labor policy
Subject:
International - General
Subject:
Labor & Industrial Relations - General
Subject:
Political Freedom & Security - Human Rights
Subject:
POL035010
Subject:
Labor policy -- United States.
Subject:
Politics-Labor
Copyright:
Edition Number:
1st pbk. ed.
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series Volume:
no. 23-140
Publication Date:
20010531
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
304
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in 15 oz

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Over the last decade, ugly allegations of corporate complicity in human-rights violations have exploded into one of the most controversial issues of our time. Companies are being held responsible by human-rights advocates for the injustices that are the unintended side effects of economic globalization: union repression in China, forced labor in Burma, child workers in Pakistan, and sweatshop abuse throughout the developing world. Using the story of Levi Strauss and Company as a guide, Karl Schoenberger offers a highly readable assessment of the challenge that the human-rights scourge poses to international business. Schoenberger is sensitive to the interests of activists, politicians, and multinationals, and as a result his call for active corporate engagement and rigorous accountability in promoting the rights of overseas workers carries enormous resonance. Simultaneously impassioned and evenhanded, Levi's Children is a work of profound importance, one that may help us chart our course in the next century. "Thorough, well-informed and chatty ... Schoenberger's conclusion is intriguing." — Los Angeles Times Book Review
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