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14 clothing brands release joint letter supporting labour justice reform in Mexico

Author: Maquila Solidarity Network (US), Published on: 28 July 2017

…14 international clothing brands and the Fair Labor Association (FLA) released a joint letter to the Mexican government declaring their support for a Constitutional Reform to Mexico’s labour justice system that could better protect workers’ right to freedom of association and to bargain collectively. The letter expresses the hope that the yet-to-be-released implementing legislation for the reform will guarantee the right of workers to be represented in collective bargaining by a union of their free choice and to vote on any collective bargaining agreement before it is registered…The letter follows up on a 2015 joint letter from eight apparel brands expressing support for the International Labour Organization’s (ILO’s) call for labour law reform in Mexico.

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