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14 March 2010

Prada, manager fail to come to settlement in harassment case [Japan]

Author: Minoru Matsutani, The Japan Times

Prada Japan's senior retail manager said Saturday she had failed to reach a settlement with the Italian fashion label in a dispute alleging the company harassed her and other employees...The manager, Rina Bovrisse...will...take further legal action...

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1 June 2009

Slaughtering the Amazon

Author: Greenpeace

This report, the culmination of a three-year investigation…documents how blind consumption of cattle products by the Blue Chip corporations behind reputable global brands is fuelling Amazon deforestation and climate change…Trade data also reveal trade...

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19 January 2009

“Enough Is Enough!” Fashion Brands Told [Turkey]

Author: International Textile, Garment and Leather Workers' Federation

Labour rights abuses at a leading Turkish leather goods exporter, Desa, is threatening to do irreparable damage to the reputation of Turkey’s export industry, trade unions across Europe claimed today…During 2008, DESA fired more than forty workers...

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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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31 December 2008
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Author: Peuples Solidaires

...[D]ans les usines de Desa, un fournisseur de la société [Prada] en Turquie, les conditions de travail des ouvriers sont loin d’être luxueuses. Payés une misère et forcés de travailler jusqu’à 40 heures d’affilée, dans des conditions de sécurité...

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1 December 2008

Turkey: Female worker's five-month sit-in sheds light on worker's rights

Author: Nicholas Birch, Eurasianet

Emine Arslan['s]...solitary 150-day sit-in outside a prominent Istanbul factory that supplies leather goods to international brands like Prada and Mulberry has attracted unprecedented domestic and international attention to labor rights issues in...

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1 December 2008

Turkey: Labour rights abuses at Desa factory, supplying leather goods to intl. brands

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