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2 May 2016
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Author: Pilar Cebrián, El Confidencial

“'Made by refugees': entramos en los talleres textiles que explotan a menores sirios”, 27 de Abril de 2016...

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22 April 2016

UK: Factory owner supplying Next & John Lewis convicted for trafficking workers from Hungary

Author: Neil Atkinson, Huddersfield Daily Examiner (UK)

"Slave workforce: Kozee Sleep bed factory owner Mohammed Rafiq jailed for people trafficking after forcing Hungarians to live in squalor and work 80 hour weeks for £10", 12 Feb 2016...

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19 April 2016

Why Boycotting Brands Won't Help Garment Workers

Author: Jenny Holdcroft, IndustriALL Global Union in Huffington Post

As we wonder #whomademyclothes - attention turns to the millions of garment workers, surviving on poverty wages, who make the clothes we wear...But what can we do to help these workers - 80% of whom are women?..Certainly not to only buy vintage or...

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2 April 2016

How garment brands are working to stop factories in Turkey from exploiting Syrian refugees

Author: Marc Bain, Quartz

"Major fashion brands are trying to stop their factories in Turkey from exploiting Syrian refugees", 1 Apr 2016...

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2 February 2016
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Author: ElUniverso.com

“Niños sirios trabajan en fábricas textiles en Turquía, según ONG británica” 1 Febrero 2016...

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2 February 2016
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1 February 2016

NEXT Code of Practice – Syrian Refugee Action Plan for Turkey

Author: NEXT

This Action Plan was developed in order to provide guidance to suppliers and factories in the event that Syrian refugees are found working on site during a NEXT Code of Practice audit. It is meant as an interim measure prior to the issuing of...

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31 January 2016

Responses by garment brands to our questionnaire on the treatment of Syrian refugees in Turkish supplier factories

Briefing Note In the past several months, there have been reports of abuse and exploitation of Syrian refugees working in Turkish garment factories.  Allegations include discrimination, pitiful wages, child labour and sexual abuse. In December 2015, w...

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22 January 2016

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4 January 2016

Sri Lanka: Building the movement for a living wage

Author: Devika Gunawardena, Sunday Times [Sri Lanka]

The annual Asia Floor Wage Alliance meeting held on December 17-20th at the Sri Lanka Foundation was a critical opportunity to bring activists together from across the region to discuss the pressing needs of garment workers.Participants arrived from...

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