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9 September 2019

Bangladesh: Union alleges 700+ garment workers dismissed from factory producing for C&A, H&M & Benetton were targeted for union activities; Incl. co. responses

Photo credit: Tareq Salahuddin CC BY 2.0 In August 2019, 701 garment workers at SF Denim Apparels (SF Denim) in Dhaka, Bangladesh, were fired en masse after the factory - which produces for  Benetton, C&A and H&M - cited a shortage of orders f...

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9 September 2019

C&A's response

Author: C&A

... For C&A, securing fair recruitment, decent work and full respect of labour rights is one of our top priorities as a business......

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  • This is a response from the following companies: C&A
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26 August 2019

Fashion brands investigating situation in Myanmar following UN report exposing military business ties

Author: Shaun Turton, Nikkei Asian Review

Supplier lists disclosed by clothing companies and reviewed by the Nikkei Asian Review revealed several well-known brands sourcing from factories inside two industrial zones that, according to the U.N, are owned by military conglomerate Myanmar...

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13 June 2019

UK & global brand responses to 2019 living wage surveys

Author: Labour Behind the Label & Clean Clothes Campaign

Labour Behind the Label and Clean Clothes Campaign invited 32 brands to respond to their living wage survey, to update their study into brand progress towards payment of a living wage. The responses are attached. ...

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12 June 2019
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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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7 June 2019

Report: Major UK & global clothing brands are failing to deliver on living wage commitments to garment workers

In June 2019, Labour Behind the Label released 'Tailored Wages UK 2019: The state of pay in the global garment industry', which looked at 12 major UK brands in addition to 20 global brands - covering luxury, sportswear, fast fashion, and online retail...

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6 June 2019

Global: Brands showing no progress in meeting living wage commitments, report finds

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign

"Major brands are failing on living wage commitments", 5 June 2019...

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6 June 2019
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Author: Mode in Textile

« Les grandes marques de vêtements ne respectent pas leurs promesses de salaires équitables », 5 juin 2019...

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31 May 2019

Global: Brands failing promises made to pay their workers living wage

Author: Jonathan Eley, Financial Times

"Top retailers failing on pledge to pay fair wages, says report", 30 May 2019...

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31 May 2019

Report finds global fashion brands are failing to deliver on living wage commitments to workers; Incl. co. comments

 In May 2019, a report by Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute, ‘Corporate Commitments to Living Wages in the Garment Industry', found that global fashion brands are failing to deliver on living wage commitments....

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