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12 April 2018

Bangladesh: Clean Clothes Campaign calls for release of Garment Workers Trade Union Centre leaders

Author: The Daily Star (Bangladesh)

"Release trade union leaders", 9 April 2018...

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8 March 2018
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Author: Femnet

Die #metoo-Bewegung macht deutlich: Geschlechtsspezifische Gewalt am Arbeitsplatz gehört zum Alltag vieler Arbeitnehmerinnen. Anlässlich des Internationalen Frauentags ruft FEMNET zur Solidarität mit den Näherinnen in Südasien auf....

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27 February 2018

Poland: Interview on monitoring the supply chain by CSR Coordinator of LPP S.A.

Author: Anna Migdalska, Rzeczpospolita

Anna Miazga the CSR Coordinator at LPP SA, a polish retailing company, points out in this interview, respecting human rights by enterprises is an important topic not only from the point of view of one country or industry. It's a global problem. The...

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25 February 2018

Groups launch Garment Worker Diaries to document the lives and wages of workers in Cambodia, Bangladesh, and India

Author: Thomson Reuters Foundation

"Who made my clothes? Asian workers' diaries show 'human cost'," 23 February 2018...

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23 February 2018

Labour signatories urge brands to sign onto 2018 Bangladesh Accord 100 days before current Accord ends

Author: IndustriALL

"100 days until current Accord ends – labour signatories urge brands to sign onto 2018 Accord", 22 February 2018...

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6 February 2018

The World Economic Forum & Nike: Emerging 'shared responsibility' & institutional control models for achieving a socially responsible global supply chain?

Author: Thomas A. Hemphill & George O. White III

"The World Economic Forum & Nike: Emerging ‘Shared Responsibility’ & Institutional Control Models for Achieving a Socially Responsible Global Supply Chain?," 15 April 2016...

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29 January 2018

M&S, John Lewis, Debenhams, Next & Sainsbury’s among UK retailers yet to renew safety deal in Bangladesh factories

Author: Sarah Butler, The Guardian (UK)

Marks & Spencer, John Lewis, Debenhams, Next and Sainsbury’s are among a group of British retailers yet to join international rivals in renewing their commitment to a factory safety deal in Bangladesh....

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29 January 2018

New report by Oxfam finds economic inequality & poor working conditions among female workers

Author: Oxfam

“Reward work, not wealth”...

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25 January 2018

Investors call on companies to stay the course on Bangladesh Accord

Author: Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility

Members of the Bangladesh Investor Initiative issued a statement today calling on companies sourcing from the Bangladesh apparel sector to renew their commitment to protect worker health and safety by endorsing the three-year extension of the Accord...

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22 January 2018

Unions reach second settlement under Bangladesh Accord with an apparel brand following delays over fixing hazards at its factories

IndustriALL Global Union and UNI Global Union brought the case on behalf of Bangladeshi textile workers...

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