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[PDF] Working on the Right Shoes - Progress made in addressing child labour and other labour rights by 28 footwear companies since June 2012

Author: Stop Child Labour, Published on: 27 November 2013

The report ‘Working on the Right Shoes’ of ‘Stop Child Labour – School is the best place to work’ (SCL) gives an overview of the progress made in addressing child labour and other labour rights in the leather footwear sector. It focuses on what has happened in the sector and what has been done by 28 footwear companies since the launch of the campaign ‘We want child friendly shoes!’ in June 2012. The report is a follow-op of a report on the same topic published in December 2012...[Refers to Adidas, Bata, De Bijenkorf, Birkenstock, bugatti Shoes – AstorMueller, Camper, Clarks, Cruyff Sports – Premium, Deichmann - Van Haren, Dr. Martens, ECCO, Euro Shoe Group – Bristol, Fred de la Bretoniere, Gabor, Geox, Lotto Sport, Macintosh - Dolcis, Invito, Manfield, Scapino, Marks & Spencer, Nike, PUMA, Sacha Shoes, Schoenenreus, Timberland, UGG – Deckers, Van Bommel, Van Lier, Veja, Wolky]

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Related companies: Birkenstock Nike Timberland (part of VF Corp) VF Corp