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Author: Financial Times
BMW and four other large auto companies have been named climate change champions in one of the most closely watched rankings of how businesses are tackling their greenhouse gas emissions...[E]ven though more large businesses are disclosing their...
Prada Lawsuit: Rina Bovrisse Backed By United Nations In Sexual Harassment, Discrimination Case [Japan]
Author: Erika W. Smith, Fashion & Style (USA)
The United Nations has backed former Prada employee Rina Bovrisse in her lawsuit with Prada Japan concerning sexual harassment and discrimination…Bovrisse sued the company four years ago after Prada Japan CEO David Sesia allegedly fired or demoted...
Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
On 13 February 2011 Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC) launched Stop the Killer Jeans! campaign, calling on leading fashion manufacturers and retailers to ban sandblasting - a technique for producing denim garments with an artificially worn look. CCC alleges...
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Author: Institute for Human Rights and Business & Echo Research
In order to assess the perspectives of business leaders on business and human rights as part of their companies’ role in society, the IHRB has conducted a first global survey…The…survey was…completed by 97 people including directors of global...
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Author: Samson Lee, Hong Kong Standard
Local women's rights concern groups have urged Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing to think twice before approving an initial public offering application by fashion retailer Prada. About 20 members of various groups...staged a protest outside a Prada...
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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...
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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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...