institutions affiliated with the Worker Rights Consortium, a labor-rights monitoring group.
What does WRC stand for?
WRC stands for Worker Rights Consortium
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We have 228 other meanings of WRC in our Acronym Attic
- Wing Responsibility Center (aviation)
- wireless relay chat
- Wireless Remote Camera
- Wiring Repair (Combat) Manual
- Women's Resource Center
- Women's Rights Center (Armenia)
- Work Related Curriculum (UK)
- Work Release Camp
- Work Release Center (Florida)
- Worker Retraining (Tax) Credit
- Workers' Rights Clinic (Berkeley University; Berkeley, CA)
- Workforce Resource Center (various organizations)
- Workshop on Reconfigurable Computing
- Workstation Resource Center
- World Radiation Center
- World Radio Congress
- World Radiocommunication Conference (UN International Telecommunication Union)
- World Rally Championship (auto racing)
- World Rapid Chess
- World Relief Corporation (Wheaton, IL)
Samples in periodicals archive:
National Organization of Women President Terry O'Neill, head of Worker Rights Consortium Scott Nova and other civil and labor rights advocates are planning to meet with representatives from Mexico's Foreign Relations Secretariat and rights groups south of the border on Sunday and Monday.
Aminul Islam, 40, was found murdered with his body bearing 'severe' torture marks, according to local police and to a statement issued jointly by two American groups, the Worker Rights Consortium and the International Labor Rights Forum.
But the Worker Rights Consortium, a labour rights watchdog, told college leaders in a report last month the company's response has been insufficient.
Worker Rights Consortium Factory Reports on the Jerzees factory in Choloma, Honduras, can be found at: http://workersrights.
In January 2008, the Worker Rights Consortium sent a memo to all its member schools praising the company for making "very substantial progress.
With the help of the Worker Rights Consortium (WRC), an independent monitoring organization with 145 member colleges and universities, USAS has identified a number of factories around the world--including in Thailand, South Africa, Kenya, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Indonesia and the United States--that could qualify under these more stringent rules.
Molly McGrath is Development Director at the Progressive Media Project, and Erin McGrath is Business and Financial Manager at the Worker Rights Consortium.