“ HRW denuncia las condiciones laborales en fábricas de Camboya que producen para marcas como H&M, Gap, Marks and Spencer, Adidas o ArmaniLos mayores abusos tienen lugar en fábricas pequeñas subcontratadas que quedan al margen de los controles, revela la ONG en un informeH&M afirma que estas prácticas violan su código de conducta y asegura que ha solicitado los nombres de las fábricas señaladas pero no les han sido facilitados por HRW, que alega razones "de seguridad"”
Via Toni Mantis
"Is America the “Land of Opportunity”? In two recent studies, we find that: (1) Upward income mobility varies substantially within the U.S. [summary][paper] Areas with greater mobility tend to have five characteristics: less segregation, less income inequality, better schools, greater social capital, and more stable families. (2) Contrary to popular perception, economic mobility has not changed significantly over time; however, it is consistently lower in the U.S. than in most developed countries [summary][paper]. "
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