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3 Jan 2016

Mexico: Workers protest against alleged labour abuses & sexual harassment in 'maquilas' in Ciudad Juarez; includes companies’ responses

Workers in different 'maquilas' in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, have been protesting for better labour conditions, against sexual harassment and for independent unions.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Lexmark, CommScope & Foxconn to respond, the responses are available here.

We invited Eaton to respond; the company is assessing the invitation and we will indicate here soon whether they respond.

Company Responses

CommScope View Response
Lexmark View Response
Foxconn (part of Hon Hai) View Response

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