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15 Jul 2022

Myanmar: Military reportedly files arrest orders for labour leaders; incl co. responses

In March 2021, the military reportedly sought to arrest seven labor leaders, five women and two men: In March 2021, the military in Myanmar reportedly sought to arrest seven labor leaders, five women and two men: CTUM Women’s Committee President Swe Swe Khaing; AMG Garment Factory Union President Thet Mar Soe; Honor Garment Factory Union President, Sai Min Theta; Popular Garment Factory Union Secretary Treasurer Aye Thandar; Industrial Workers’ Federation of Myanmar union organizers San Sen and Myo Min Win; and Ei Ei Hlian, an executive committee member of Charming Garment Factory Union.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Regatta, JD Sports, Lidl, C&A, KappAhl, KIABI, OVS SpA, LPP. S.A, ALPS Brands, HK Works London and LC Waikiki to respond. Responses can be found below.

Company Responses

OVS SpA View Response
KappAhl View Response
Sinsay (part of LPP S.A.) View Response

No Response