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Story
1 August 2019
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Since 2018, workers at ATG Ceylon Pvt Ltd. –  a British-Sri Lankan industrial gloves manufacturer – have been staging protests over alleged labour abuses and union busting at the company’s two factories based in the Katunayake Free Trade Zone....

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Artikel
3 July 2019
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Autor/in: Daily News (Sri Lanka)

"Migrant workers return from Kuwait after unpaid wages", 26 Jun 2019...

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Artikel
12 June 2019
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Autor/in: Derek Scally, The Irish Times

Germany is marking the 50th birthday of fast-fashion giant Primark [...] with [...] a new report flagging what its authors call low-cost fashion’s high human cost....

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Story
12 June 2019

Primark und C&A wegen schlechter Bedingungen in Zulieferfabriken in Sri Lanka kritisiert

Die Arbeiter*innenorganisation Shramabhiani Kendraya hat im Auftrag der Christlichen Initiative Romero (CIR) zehn sri-lankische Zulieferfabriken von Primark und C&A untersucht. Das Fazit der Studie: Es kommt hier immer wieder zu Verstößen gegen die...

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Artikel
4 June 2019
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Autor/in: Forum ASIA

"Defending in numbers: Resistance in the Face of Repression - 2017-2018", 31 May 2019...

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Artikel
28 April 2019
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Autor/in: BBC (UK)

“Xi Jinping vows transparency over Belt and Road”, 26 April 2019...

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Artikel
27 March 2019
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Autor/in: Lisa Fuller, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"EXCLUSIVE-Tea label giants vow probe after Sri Lanka labour abuse expose", 27 March 2019...

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Antwort
27 February 2019
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We as Kelani Valle Plantations PLC, Sri Lanka’s one of the highest performing Regional Plantations Company (RPC) engaged with ethical and sustainable plantation business since 1992. The strategies we implemented as long term sustainable and responsible...

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Story
27 February 2019
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In January 2019, the living quarters of 66 people, including 21 children, were severely damaged by a fire at the Robgill Estate in Sri Lanka’s tea district. The official cause of the fire had not been determined; however, reports blame "grossly inadeq...

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Artikel
10 February 2019
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Autor/in: A. Suresh and M. Thevarajah, World Socialist Web Site (WSWS)

4 February 2019...

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