The history of maquila garment workers in El Salvador
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- Salvadoran Maquila Workers Fired for Union
- Maquila Solidarity Network, 30 November 1999. Within
days after applying for registration of their union,
SETDESA, 10 of 11 union executive members and at least 17
other workers have been fired by management at two DOALL
maquila garment factories in El Salvador's San Marcos
Free Trade Zone. The larger of the two factories produces
for Liz Claiborne and other major US labels.
- DoAll Workers Win Reinstatement; Continuing
- Maquila Solidarity Network (MSN), 25 February
2000. DoAll garment factory in El Salvador, had fired 31
workers for organizing a union to eliminate sweatshop
abuses at their workplace. The reinstatement of the fired
workers with full back pay thanks would not have been
possible without international solidarity.