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29 Okt 2019

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International Labor Rights Forum

Bangladesh: Labour group tracks charges filed against dismissed workers by factories linked to apparel brands

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"2019 Crackdown" n.d. 2019

... [We have listed in the] table below... major apparel brands linked to factories that filed unsubstantiated cases against workers who demonstrated for higher wages. As a result of campaign efforts, the charges filed by Doreen Apparels, Hameem Group, Hop Lun Apparels, Mahmud Fashions, and Shin Shin Apparels have now been dropped and several other factories have filed a petition to withdraw their charges, which could result in the dismissal of more cases in early 2020.  At least 20 other cases are still underway, however, with no sign yet of the buyers taking sufficient action to press for the dismissal of the charges...

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