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We hope these materials will help you organize and educate others around the issue of sweatshop abuses and child labor in the global economy.  Each item you buy also helps the Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights continue its work.  All Institues reports are also posted in full on this website. Lower resolution segments of Institute's videos can be viewed on YouTube.  Please feel free to call us if you need help or have any questions:  412-562-2406

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Poster: 'Portrait of a Textile Worker'

This is a poster of a quilt sewn by Terese Agnew made entirely of clothing labels. The photograph was taken in a Bangladeshi garment factory by the Institute director Charles Kernaghan. Ms. Agnew is graciously donating these posters to support the work of the Institute. All the procedes go to workers in Bangladesh. (Size: 27"x30")

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Button: No Sweatshops ($1 for 10)

Make a statement while showing your support of ending sweatshop labor with these buttons! Red, circle button with a white octagon outline with "Stop Sweatshops" in the center. That's only 100 for $10!

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DVD: Triangle Returns

One hundred years after the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, the tragedy continues, as 26 workers making clothes for U.S. companies were killed in Bangladesh in December of 2010. (Bangladesh, 2011. 9 minutes)

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DVD: Where Ships and Workers Go to Die

The Institute investigates one of the most dangerous jobs in the world - Shipbreaking. (Bangladesh, 2009. 9 minutes.)

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DVD: Sweatshop Warriors

LinkTV's The Outsourcing Report features a profile of the Institute in their "Sweatshop Warriors" episode. (2006. 10 minutes.)

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DVD: Zoned for Slavery

An Institute documentary about child labor and sweatshops in Honduran free trade zones. (Honduras, 1995. 23 minutes.)

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DVD: The Human Cost Behind Bargain Shopping

The Institute and NBC dateline go to Bangladesh to uncover the reality behind bargain prices. (Bangladesh, 2005. 32 minutes.)

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DVD: Chinese Workers in Disney's World: Those with Justice

A documentary about working conditions in China filmed by the Institute and SACOM (Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior). (China, 2005. 11 minutes.)

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DVD: The Hidden Face of Globalization

An Institute documentary about working conditions in Bangladesh. (Bangladesh, 2003. 34 minutes.)

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DVD: Mickey Mouse Goes to Haiti

The classic film documenting the desperate poverty and cruel exploitation faced by Disney garment workers in Haiti. (Haiti, 1996. 18 minutes.)

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DVD: Workers in India Die Young of Silicosis

The young workers who grind gemstones for jewelry in the U.S. inhale clouds of silica dust, condemning them to early, painful deaths of silicosis. (India, 2010. 7 minutes.)

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DVD: Way to Dusty Death: Gemstone Workers in India

A powerful documentary by the Public Service Broadcasting Trust that documents the horrors that face India's gemstone workers. (India, 2007. 33 minutes.)

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DVD: Zona de Esclavitud

Spanish Version. An Institute documentary about child labor and sweatshops in Honduran free trade zones. (Honduras, 1995. 23 minutes, Spanish.)

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DVD: Algo Que Esconder

Spanish Version. University students head down to El Salvador to find out who makes clothing for Nike and Wal-Mart. What they discover is young people just like them trying to survive on starvation wages and working in deplorable conditions. (El Salvador, 1999. 27 minutes, Spanish.)

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Report: The Toyota You Don't Know

Workers are dying from overwork in Japanese Toyota manufacturing facilities, producing Priuses for export to the U.S. Toyota is also tied to Burmese dictators and exploiting trafficked guest workers. (Japan, Burma, Philippines, June 2008.)

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Report: Child Labor is Back: Children Are Again Sewing Clothing for Major U.S. Companies

Young children are sewing clothing for Hanes, Puma, J.C. Penney and Wal-Mart. They report being slapped and beaten, sometimes falling down from exhaustion, working 12 to 14 hours a day, 7 days a week, for wages as low as 6½ cents an hour. (Bangladesh, 2006.)

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Report: Harvest of Shame

Children in Guatemala harvest and process vegetables and fruit exported to school children in the U.S. (Guatemala, 2007.)

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Report: Broken Lives: Behind U.S. Production

The case of the Kaisi Metals Company U.S. companies care more about their products than the people who make them. (China, February 2007.)

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Report: Workers Bear the Cross

Crucifixes made under horrific sweatshop conditions in China linked to Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Trinity Church and the $4.63 billion Association for Christian Retail. (China, November 2007.)

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Report: High Tech Misery in China

Young workers producing computer keyboards, living in slave-like conditions at the Meitei factory in China. (China, March 2009.)

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Report: The Wal-Martization of ALCOA

A Joint Report of The National Labor Committee & COMUN (Community Communication)-Honduras. (Honduras, September 2007.)

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Report: Nightmare on Sesame Street

Workers at the Kai Da factory in Guangzhou, China are cheated of their wages and toil in misery while making Sesame Street licensed K'NEX toys. (China, July 2008.)

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