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Author: United Students Against Sweatshops
On 29 October 2004, three executives of a recently formed union at MSP Sportswear in Thailand (one of NIKE's suppliers) were dismissed. Since then, the remaining nine [union] executives in the plant have been subjected to constant harassment and have...
Author: Hsiao-Hung Pai, Guardian [UK]
The plight of some migrant workers in the UK is so bad that it meets the international legal definition of forced labour, the TUC [Trades Union Congress] has said.
Author: BBC News
The plight of some migrant workers in the UK is so bad that it meets the international legal definition of forced labour, the TUC [Trade Unions Congress] has said.
Author: Trades Union Congress
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Author: Bridget Anderson, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS), Oxford University, & Ben Rogaly, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, University of Sussex, Study prepared in collaboration with the Trades Union Congress