Myanmar: Military reportedly files arrest orders for labour leaders; incl co. responses
In March 2021, the military reportedly sought to arrest seven labor leaders, five women and two men: In March 2021, the military in Myanmar reportedly sought to arrest seven labor leaders, five women and two men: CTUM Women’s Committee President Swe Swe Khaing; AMG Garment Factory Union President Thet Mar Soe; Honor Garment Factory Union President, Sai Min Theta; Popular Garment Factory Union Secretary Treasurer Aye Thandar; Industrial Workers’ Federation of Myanmar union organizers San Sen and Myo Min Win; and Ei Ei Hlian, an executive committee member of Charming Garment Factory Union.
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Regatta, JD Sports, Lidl, C&A, KappAhl, KIABI, OVS SpA, LPP. S.A, ALPS Brands, HK Works London and LC Waikiki to respond. Responses can be found below.