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[PDF] Multi-Stakeholder Roundtable - Bangladeshi Migrant Workers in the Apparal Sector: Responsible Recruitment, Responsible Return

Author: Institute for Human Rights and Business, Published on: 1 January 2011

On 28‐29 June 2011, the Institute for Human Rights and Business…and the Refugee and Migratory Movements Research Unit, Dhaka University…convened a roundtable…to explore the responsibilities of companies and governments in raising standards of migrant worker protection in supply chains. The meeting was the third in a series of roundtables…bringing together…apparel brands, suppliers, recruitment agents, government and civil society to discuss options for collective and sustainable approaches to strengthening migrant worker protection during the recruitment phase in Bangladesh, as well as responsibilities of companies to ensure safe return of workers, including in times of crisis…This report summarises key points raised during the roundtable. [refers to Arcadia Group, ManpowerGroup, Ahmed and Company, Greeland Overseas, Asda (part of Wal-Mart), Wal-Mart, CMT, GAP, Inditex, Levis, Marks & Spencer, Next, Nike, Primark (part of Associated British Foods ), Tesco, BP, Daewoo]

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Related companies: Arcadia Group ASDA (part of Walmart) Associated British Foods BP Compagnie Mauricienne de Textile (CMT) Daewoo Group Gap Inditex Levi Strauss ManpowerGroup Marks & Spencer Next Nike Primark (part of Associated British Foods) Tesco Walmart