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Lawsuit

Sweatshop labour lawsuit (re Bolivian migrant workers in Argentina)

Status: ONGOING

Incident date
Jan. 1, 2005
Unknown
Migrant & immigrant workers
Location of Filing: Argentina
Location of Incident: Argentina

Companies

Arena Turkey Entertainment
adidas Germany Clothing & textile, Footwear, Retail, Sporting goods
Fila South Korea Sporting goods
Montagne Argentina Clothing & textile
Puma Germany Clothing & textile
Graciela Naum Argentina Clothing & textile

Sources

In 2005 The Public Advocate in Buenos Aires brought a criminal lawsuit regarding the dire situation of Bolivian migrant workers in Buenos Aires textile workshops, against members of Argentina's Federal Police, the workshop owners, and brand owners alleging complicity and the involvement in the running of illegal workshops, breaching national laws, and using slave labour. The case is ongoing. 

Case Timeline