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27 August 2019
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Author: Hortense de Montalivet, Huffington Post

«  Au G7, une trentaine de marques présentent leur "Fashion pact" de l'environnement », 26 août 2019...

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Company response
6 August 2019

Response by Nike

Author: Nike

Nike does not directly source products from Xinjiang. We are in the process of conducting an ongoing internal review with our suppliers to assess any connection to the region....

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Article
16 July 2019

Australian brands sourcing cotton from North West China to investigate after reports of forced labour of ethnic minorities

Author: Sophie McNeill, Jeanavive McGregor, Meredith Griffiths, Michael Walsh, Echo Hui & Bang Xiao, ABC news

"Cotton On and Target investigate suppliers after forced labour of Uyghurs exposed in China's Xinjiang", 16 July 2019...

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Article
5 July 2019

USA: Over 200 companies sign Supreme Court brief in support of LGBTQ workers

Author: Tim Fitzsimons, NBC News

"Over 200 major companies sign Supreme Court brief in favor of LGBTQ workers," 2 July 2019...

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Article
24 June 2019

Malaysia: Labour group works with brands to address forced labour found in garment factory investigations

Author: Steven Greenhouse, The Guardian

"NGO's softly-softly tactics tackle labor abuses at Malaysia factories", 22 June 2019...

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Item
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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Story
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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Report
6 June 2019

Global: Brands showing no progress in meeting living wage commitments, report finds

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign

"Major brands are failing on living wage commitments", 5 June 2019...

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Article
6 June 2019
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Author: Mode in Textile

« Les grandes marques de vêtements ne respectent pas leurs promesses de salaires équitables », 5 juin 2019...

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Article
31 May 2019

Global: Brands failing promises made to pay their workers living wage

Author: Jonathan Eley, Financial Times

"Top retailers failing on pledge to pay fair wages, says report", 30 May 2019...

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