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27 March 2015

Human Rights Watch calls on German clothing brands to increase supply chain transparency

Author: Human Rights Watch

"Germany: Clothing Brands Should Increase Transparency", 27 Mar 2015...

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17 March 2015
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Author: Human Rights Watch

« Cambodge : Les lois du travail ne protégent pas suffisamment les ouvrières et ouvriers du textile », 12 mars 2015...

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12 March 2015

Cambodia: Report uncovers alleged abuses at garment factories that supply intl. brands; company statements provided

In the report “Work Faster or Get Out” (March 2015), Human Rights Watch criticises the Cambodian government for failing to protect garment workers who are producing for international apparel brands from serious labor rights abuses. Human Rights Watch ...

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29 July 2014

Bangladesh: Matalan chooses not to donate to ILO-backed Rana Plaza compensation fund; says it has funded another scheme

Author: Guardian (UK)

"Matalan fails to contribute to Rana Plaza trust fund as deadline looms", 28 Jul 2014...

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7 July 2014

Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD advice on role of OECD & National Contact Points for compensating victims of Rana Plaza building collapse

Author: I. Zeldenrust J. Wilde Ramsing Drew, K, Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD and OECD Watch

"Compensating the Victims of Rana Plaza - What Role for the OECD and the National Contact Points?" June 2014...

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2 April 2014

Who has paid and who is dragging their heels? [Bangladesh]

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign

The following brands have yet to publicly commit to the Rana Plaza Donors Trust Fund despite having had links to a factory in the building Adler Modemärkte, Kids for Fashion, Ascena Retail, Manifattura Corona, Auchan, Matalan, Benetton, NKD, Carrefour,...

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17 March 2014

Primark to pay $10 mln more to victims of Bangladesh factory collapse [Bangladesh]

Author: Reuters

…Campaigners…demanding…27 brands linked to…Rana Plaza complex…to contribute…fund run by the International Labour Organisation (ILO)…Primark has already paid $2 million…would pay out the extra $10 million in long-term compensation…- $9 million directly...

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14 March 2014

Rana Plaza: Primark called on to pay up as launch date of payments announced [Bangladesh]

Author: IndustriALL

IndustriALL, UNI Global Union and the Clean Clothes Campaign are today welcoming the launch of the Rana Plaza Arrangement claims process, which will officially commence on the 24th March…calling on brands to contribute to the Rana Plaza Donors Trust...

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1 March 2014

Two more brands Pay Up! [Bangladesh]

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign

Bonmarche (UK) and Camaieu (France)...confirmed...contributions, which will be used to cover claims for losses made by survivors of the Rana Plaza disaster and by the families of those killed under a process known as the Arrangement. Camaieu and...

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24 February 2014

First Companies Give to Fund for Victims of Bangladeshi Factory Collapse

Author: Jim Yardley, New York Times

Compensating the victims has been an especially complicated issue, involving months of negotiations among clothing companies, labor groups, Bangladesh’s government and Bangladeshi factory owners. Those negotiations produced the Rana Plaza Donors Trust...

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