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Company Response

6 Apr 2022

Primark's Response

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Any instance of gender-based violence would constitute a serious breach of the Code and so our local Primark Ethical Trade Team, experts in this field, are already investigating these particular allegations. To assist this, we have requested that the report's authors provide us, in strict confidence, any details that would further support our investigation, and that in line with our supply chain human rights policy, would enable us to pursue any remediation required.

For a full overview of how we work to protect and support workers in our supply chain, please see here.

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