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Company non-response
21 February 2019

Pulido Apparel Company Inc. did not respond

Author: Pulido Apparel Company Inc.

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Article
21 February 2019

UK: Cleaner fired after living wage protest at Topshop wins payout

Author: Tristan Kirk, Evening Standard

"Cleaner at flagship Topshop branch wins £75k payout after being fired over low wage protest", 20 February 2019...

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NGO rejoinder
18 February 2019
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Author: Wolters Kluwer (Pays-Bas)

« La Société Générale renouvelle son accord mondial sur les droits humains et syndicaux », 11 février 2019...

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Story
18 February 2019

Human Rights Impact Assessment of Finnish food retailer's Italian tomato supply chains released as part of pilot on going "beyond audits"

The Human Rights Impact Assessment (HRIA) of SOK Corporation's Italian processed tomato supply chains was prepared by Oxfam as part of a pilot for the company's new approach to assessing human rights impacts in high risk supply chains that goes ‘beyon...

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Company response
18 February 2019

VF Corp's response

Author: VF Corp

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to respond....

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Article
16 February 2019

Myanmar: Thousands of workers march demanding for country's labour laws to meet ILO standards

Author: Zaw Zaw Htwe, Myanmar Times

"Thousands of workers march for stronger labour laws", 11 February 2019 Thousands of workers...marched in downtown Yangon to demand that the country's labour laws meet International Labour Organisation (ILO) standards. The march was led by the Confede...

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Article
15 February 2019
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Author: Venezuela al Día

“Denuncian en la CIDH 4876 despidos injustificados a trabajadores de empresas del Estado” – 13 de febrero de 2019...

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Company response
15 February 2019

Deckers Brands' response

Author: Deckers Brands

Deckers Brands has a robust Ethical Supply Chain Supplier Code of Conduct that we expect all of our factory partners, licensees, agents to abide by.  We train our partners on our Ethical Supply Chain Supplier Code of Conduct and access compliance with...

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Article
14 February 2019

Dominican Republic: Garment factory pays living wage, guarantees freedom of association & benefits

Author: Milli Legrain, The Guardian

"'Dignity and respect': Dominican factory vows to never be a sweatshop", 14 February 2019...

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Report
14 February 2019

New report: Transforming the global apparel industry through worker-led strategies

Author: International Labor Rights Forum

"Future of Fashion: Worker-Led Strategies", 13 February 2019...

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