Focuses on the use of child labor in the production of apparel for the U.S. market. Reviews the extent to which U.S. apparel importers have established a are implementing codes of conduct or other business guidelines prohibiting the use of child labor in the clothing they sell. Appendices list the companies surveyed a sites visited, provides a sample of the company questionnaire, details codes of conduct provided by the companies surveyed, a includes tables of U.S. apparel imports by region a country (1985-1995). Contains the complete text of the ILO Convention 138. Graphs, charts a tables.that it will require suppliers to re-certify their adherence annually and will not place new orders with any companies that fail to complete the certification. Some respondents require certification on shipping documents: ac JCPenney, requires thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Apparel Industry and Codes of Conduct|
|Author||:||Sonia A. Rosen, Maureen Jaffe, Jorge Perez-Lopez|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1997-08-01|