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12 September 2008

Labour Behind the Label: UK retailers making "glacial progress" towards ensuring living wage for overseas workers

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12 September 2008

[PDF] Let's Clean Up Fashion 2008

Author: Labour Behind the Label

… This is the third time that Labour Behind the Label has surveyed the state of pay behind the British fashion scene, and in three years we have seen definite progress, not only in rhetoric but in the beginnings of tangible work on the ground. The...

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14 September 2007

[PDF] full report: "Let's Clean Up Fashion"

Author: Labour Behind the Label, War on Want

Last year, Labour Behind the Label and our partners interrogated the biggest fashion brands and retailers on the high street to find out what they were doing to improve wages for the workers in their supply chains… We have returned to each of the...

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1 September 2007

Let's clean up fashion - companies

Author: Compiled by Labour Behind the Label

[Company submissions to "Let's Clean Up Fashion 2007 Update": Arcadia, Asda, Debenhams, French Connection, Gap, H&M, Jigsaw [part of Robinson Webster Holdings], John Lewis, Laura Ashley, Levi Strauss, Madison Hosiery, Marks & Spencer, Matalan,...

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1 September 2007

UK: War on Want report says fashion retailers failing to ensure a living wage for workers in their supply chain

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18 March 2007

Result: Mk One forced to drop Burma clothing

Author: Nick Mathiason, Observer [UK]

Mk One [part of Baugur]...has withdrawn a range of clothes after The Observer told the firm that they were made in Burma, which is ruled by a military dictatorship...Dominic Galvin, MkOne's chief executive, said: 'Any supplier we deal with should not...

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16 December 2003

Clothing Retailers told to Come Clean on Burma

Author: Burma Campaign UK

Companies refusing to disclose if they source clothes from Burma are today named and shamed by the Burma Campaign UK. 41 clothing retailers have ignored repeated requests to disclose whether they source clothes from Burma...The companies named and...

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