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India has a functioning shelter called Balashrya for children as' slave 'on the looms worked. There are sixty children who were found during the inspections. They are often "recruited" in the very poor state of Bihar and they do not live at home. The children receive full-time education and if they are older vocational education. The parents are identified so that children may visit occasionally. The return of children to be accompanied home. Their parents' evening at school also learn to read and write. Five schools is not enough.
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A Swedish documentary showed under what conditions the IKEA products in several countries, including India, are made. The red thread of the story was that IKEA continuous pressure on its suppliers to deliver ever cheaper, resulting in child labor, low wages and poor working conditions. The Socialist Party began with a yellow card at the time locations of IKEA. From IKEA was asked a watertight guarantee that its products are not made by children words. When IKEA, after 10 thousand yellow cards were not in, collected the SP further 40 thousand red cards to customers who were also asked some "infected products" not to buy. The action was eventually abandoned when IKEA made clear that a code would be, which is the control would be strengthened is that there will be independently verified. In October 2000 received the LIW, Novib and FNV Unicef the IKEA code of conduct for the purchase of its products. Of suppliers is expected to include not use child labor or forced labor, to ensure a healthy and safe working environment and at least the legal minimum wage plus overtime pay. Also, they do not prevent the workers to join a union and not mental or physical pressure. IKEA also environmental requirements to its suppliers. Some examples of hazardous wastes should be safely stored, certain toxic substances may not be used and no wood from protected areas. IKEA is two years, a management system to ensure that the code is complied with. KPMG in India and ITS (Inter-Tech Testing Systems) in order to verify that the code is observed. In 2002, the first reports on the results. How the control system will look like remains unclear. The new slogan of IKEA's low prices, but not at any price. " Of the suppliers at the current prices to meet the new requirements of IKEA remains to be seen.

Last year, the Indian football in the news. For the European football championship in June, the National India Working (LIW) report The Dark Side of Football on child labor and poor working conditions in the Indian football industry. In the Punjab Land stitching footballs at least ten thousand children. Their parents earn less than half the official minimum wage. Special attention in the report was part of the world football association FIFA. FIFA connect through the company ISL contracts with major sportmerken as Adidas and Nike and other football and sports clothing importers to use the FIFA logo and logos of major sporting events like Euro 2000. In those contracts is the code of the world federation of sports equipment manufacturers (WFSGI) on decent working conditions, such as payment of at least the minimum wage, trade union freedom and no child labor. Examination of the LIW showed that in almost every contract is breached.

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