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Chain of custody

Chain of custody

Chain of custody – refer to the track goods, and products takes from the source (mostly used for the forest or fibre for garment production) the endpoint usually the consumer. Read more..

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Change (everything)

Change (everything)

Change has been an important topic in philosophy of religion. Classical Buddhism teaches that everything is in a state of change. Some theistic arguments claim that change requires a changeless cause (for Aristotle, the unmoved mover). Read more.

Chaos

Chaos

Chaos is a term used in a mathematical theory describing systems that are very sensitive to the way they are originally set up; small discrepancies in the initial conditions will lead to completely different outcomes when the system has been in operation for a while. Read more..

Charter

Charter

Charter is a term used in describing a document developed by a project team, defining the context, specific details such as plans for a project. It should include the first business case, goal and problem statements, constraints and assumptions, and the preliminary plan and scope. Read more.

Child Labour

Child Labour

Child labour defined by the UNICEF: work that exceeds a minimum number of hours, depending on the age of a child and on the type of work. Such work is considered harmful to the child and should therefore be eliminated. It’s also defined in the ILO Convention; It is work that children should not be doing because they are too young to work, or – if they are old enough to work – because it is dangerous or otherwise unsuitable for them. Read more..

Chino

Chino

The name came from both the trouser style worn by British Colonial troops in the 1800′s and the fabric used for the fabric. Today a cotton trouser is considered as a chino and the fabric would be considered as a tightly woven 2 ply right hand 3×1 combed cotton twill.