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Author: Collectif éthique sur l'étiquette
Le 24 avril 2013 s’effondrait à Savar, dans la banlieue de Dacca, au Bangladesh, le Rana Plaza, un immeuble de 8 étages abritant 6 usines textiles, causant la mort de 1 138 ouvrier-e-s, en blessant plus de 2 000 parmi les 5 000 au moins qui y étaient...
Author: Eva Sas, Les Echos
Le 24 avril 2013 s'effondrait l'immeuble du Rana Plaza, au Bangladesh...Ce jour-là, 1135 salariés périssent dans l'effondrement d'un immeuble fissuré, construit sans permis, révélant au grand jour les conditions de travail indécentes de ces sous...
- Related stories: Etat des lieux 5 ans après l'effondrement du Rana Plaza
- Related companies: Benetton Mango Primark (part of Associated British Foods)
Bangladesh: Petition urges Abercrombie & Fitch, Mango & Topshop to sign on to 2018 Accord on Fire and Building Safety; incl. co responses
The Bangladesh Accord, created after the Rana Plaza disaster in April, 2013, is a legally binding agreement to improve workplace safety for garment workers in Bangladesh. Reports show that independent inspections, public disclosure, trade union...
As many other brands our signature is still pending until we know all details of the renewed Accord not confirmed yet.
- Related stories: Bangladesh: Petition urges Abercrombie & Fitch, Mango & Topshop to sign on to 2018 Accord on Fire and Building Safety; incl. co responses
- This is a response from the following companies: Mango
Ukraine, Serbia & Hungary: Report by Clean Clothes Campaign details poverty wages & poor working conditions in garment factories producing for global brands; incl. co responses
The report "Europe's Sweatshops" published by Clean Clothes Campaign documents poverty wages and poor working conditions in the garment and shoe industry throughout Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. The report is presented together with new country...
- This is a non response from the following companies: Mango
Customers in Istanbul reportedly found handwritten notes from Turkish workers in the pockets of in-store garments asking shoppers to back their campaign for better labour standards. The workers were employed by the manufacturer Bravo, which they say...
Turkey: Shoppers at Zara find notes from unpaid factory workers sewn into clothes; incl. company comments
Author: Sarah Young, The Independent (UK)
"Unpaid labourers are 'slipping pleas for help into Zara clothes'", 4 November 2017...
- Related stories: Turkey: Zara to establish fund for workers left unpaid following closure of outsource factory
- Related in-depth areas: Syrian refugees: Abuse & exploitation in Turkish garment factories
- Related companies: Inditex Mango Next Zara (part of Inditex)