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17 August 2016
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Author: Pascale Colisson, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

« Le monde de la publicité se rebiffe contre le sexisme », 25 juillet 2016...

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13 October 2014

Tesco signs Cotton Pledge, committing to not source Uzbek cotton picked with forced labour

Author: Responsible Sourcing Network

"Tesco, World’s Second-Largest Retailer, Signs RSN’s Cotton Pledge as Annual Uzbek Cotton Fair Begins", 9 Oct 2014 ...

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26 July 2011
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Author: Greenpeace

Puma...a en effet publié sur son site internet une prise de position forte dans laquelle elle s’engage à lutter contre l’utilisation et les rejets de produits toxiques dans sa chaîne de fabrication...La première manche du défi DETOX est donc remportée...

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13 July 2011

China: Nike commits to eliminating hazardous chemicals in its supply chain

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13 July 2011

Greenpeace report links western firms to Chinese river polluters

Author: Jonathan Watts, Guardian [UK]

A Chinese conglomerate supplying...leading brands has discharged hormone-disrupting chemicals and other toxins into the country's major water systems, according to a new Greenpeace investigation... [Greenpeace] has also linked hazardous textile plants...

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1 March 2004

[PDF] [full report] "Play fair at the Olympics: Respect workers' rights in the sportswear industry"

Author: Oxfam GB

The interviews reveal a pattern of abysmally low wages, workers being forced to work excessively long hours, exploitative terms of employment, bullying, sexual harassment, and physical and verbal abuse. Involvement in trade union activity is...

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