The history of maquila workers in Guatemala
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- Trade Unions and the Maquila
- Peace Brigades International—Guatemala Special
Report, September 1996. Draws from the experience
accompanying a number of trade unions involved in
maquilas: unregulated sweatshops which produce textiles,
to reflect points of view and experiences of Guatemalans
working in the industry, most of whom are women.
- Freedom Of Association in a
- Human Rights Watch report, 9 March 1997. The subtle but
pernicious ways that workers'
rights—particularly freedom of association, are
undermined in the export assembly sector in