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The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

We will soon be updating the site to improve its usability and better serve the thousands of people that use our site to support their work.

Please take an advance peek at our new look, and let us know what you think!

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13 June 2019

UK & global brand responses to 2019 living wage surveys

Author: Labour Behind the Label & Clean Clothes Campaign

Labour Behind the Label and Clean Clothes Campaign invited 32 brands to respond to their living wage survey, to update their study into brand progress towards payment of a living wage. The responses are attached. ...

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7 June 2019

Tailored Wages 2019: Surveys show major global clothing brands failing to deliver on living wage commitments to garment workers

In 2019, Clean Clothes Campaign released Tailored Wages 2019, a series of reports examining whether major European brands are meeting living wage commitments in their global supply chains, based on brand responses to surveys on the outcome of their wa...

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15 April 2019

Australia: Ethical Fashion Report grades 130 companies based on efforts to mitigate forced labour, child labour & exploitation in supply chains

Baptist World Aid Australia has released its 2019 Ethical Fashion Report, which sheds light on what the industry and individual companies are doing to address forced labour, child labour and exploitation....

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9 March 2019

Cambodia: Negotiations between a factory and workers' representatives is cancelled because a factory management team does not show up

Author: Davin Sen, Khmer Times

"No show by W&D management at meeting with workers", 8 March 2019...

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6 March 2019

Bangladesh: Human Rights Watch calls on govt. & global brands to investigate dismissals of protesting garment workers & end 'false' criminal charges

Author: Human Rights Watch

"Bangladesh: Investigate Dismissals of Protesting Workers", 5 March 2019...

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6 March 2019

Marks & Spencer becomes first UK supermarket chain to publish details of its tea suppliers in response to campaign to address workers abuse

Author: Amber Milne, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"M&S reveals tea suppliers to address worker abuse concerns", 5 March 2019...

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22 February 2019

Marks & Spencer's response

Author: Marks & Spencer

22/2/19...

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19 February 2019

Are Amazon, Walmart, and eBay’s online 'marketplaces' providing a refuge for goods made with forced labor?

Author: Charlotte Tate & Eric Gottwald, International Labor Rights Forum

...[W]hile browsing online, we were surprised to find that we could buy cotton hand towels advertised as “made in Turkmenistan” on the websites of Amazon, Walmart, and eBay. In May 2018, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) took the extraordinary...

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22 January 2019

Bangladesh: Factory forced to compensate female worker after beating & threatening her, linked to British & Belgian brands

Author: Simon Murphy, The Guardian

"Factory that supplied Tesco compensated abused worker", 22 January 2019...

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22 January 2019

Major British retailers linked to Bangladesh factory producing Spice Girls T-shirts amidst labour abuses

Author: Simon Murphy, The Guardian

"Tesco, Mothercare and M&S use factory paying workers 35p an hour", 21 January 2019...

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