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14 February 2017
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13 February 2017

Myanmar: Report finds that garment industry initiatives have not delivered needed positive impact on labour; highlights abuses such as low wages, unpaid overtime, child labour

This report by SOMO, Action Labor Rights, and Labor Rights Defenders & Promoters asks whether, and how, western garment brands can operate fairly in the fledgling democracy of Myanmar. The report analyses Myanmar's economic and trade policies, int...

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16 August 2015

Blog on slave labour in US prisons linked to several co's

Author: Anahi Rubin, Telesur

En este momento hay 100 prisiones privadas distribuidas en todo el territorio americano; las dos Corporaciones que se destacan en este grupo son: Corporations of América (posee 66 cárceles, con 91.000 prisioneros, ganancias anuales 1700millones) y Geo ...

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18 February 2009

Response by Pierre Cardin: Alleged labour abuses at factory supplying Pierre Cardin underwear.

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15 January 2009
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Author: Nicole Vulser, Le Monde [France]

Peuples solidaires et le Collectif éthique sur l'étiquette publient cette semaine un appel afin que l'entreprise Pierre Cardin...exige que "les articles dont la fabrication est sous-traitée, directement ou indirectement par des titulaires de licence...

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5 December 2008

[Company responses & non-responses to "Chain store reaction project”]

Author: Alliance to Stop Slavery and End Trafficking & CALL+RESPONSE

[The Chain store reaction project is an open letter asking companies to investigate labour abuses in their production chains. Webpage indicates how many emails sent to each company, and which are responding]. [refers to American Apparel, Audi, A...

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18 October 2006

[PDF] [Scroll to pg. 3] Tesco, the ETI and child labour

Author: Richard Welford, Dennis Cheung, CSR Asia

Over the last week there have been a number of reports accusing Tesco, Britain’s biggest retailer and third largest supplier of apparel, of selling clothes made by two contractors in Bangladesh who are alleged to have used illegal child labour. The...

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