UVa Gear Makers Agree to Ethical Code

UVa, under pressure from the UVa chapter of United Students Against Sweatshops, has adopted a policy that requires licensed manufactuers of UVa goods to agree to a code of ethical conduct. That code requires public disclosure of factory locations, permitting members to form unions, no forced labor, protections for women’s rights, and a number of other things. Eric Swensen has the story in today’s Progress.

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