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9 June 2020

KnowTheChain: Ranking companies' efforts to address forced labour in their supply chains

KnowTheChain is a resource for businesses and investors who need to understand and address forced labor risks within their supply chains....

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3 June 2020
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Author: Marina Fabre, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

Netflix, Twitter, Nike, Adidas, CBS... Face à l'embrasement provoqué par la mort de George Floyd, un Afro-Américain tué par un policier blanc, les grandes entreprises américaines sont de plus en plus nombreuses à soutenir le mouvement Black Lives...

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Report
22 April 2020

Fashion Transparency Index 2020 ranks fashion brands & retailers on social & environmental issues; Finds majority of brands lack transparency

Author: Fashion Transparency Index

"The Fashion Transparency Index 2020", April 2020...

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11 April 2020

Cambodia: Factories remain open while workers struggle to repay loan; unions & employers association call for more responsibility from brands

Author: Matt Blomberg, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"Cambodia's garment factories remain open despite growing fears among workers about catching the virus", 10 April 2020...

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Company response
24 March 2020

Puma's response

Author: Puma

PUMA has no direct relationship with Huafu Top Dyed Melange Yarn Co. Ltd. However, as they are one of the world’s largest cotton yarn suppliers, some of our fabric suppliers buy yarns from them. ...

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5 March 2020
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2 March 2020

Major global brands implicated in Australian Strategic Policy Institute's report on forced labour in China

Author: Sydney Morning Herald

“Nike, Apple among dozens of major brands implicated in report on forced labour”, 1 March 2020...

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1 March 2020

China: 83 major brands implicated in report on forced labour of ethnic minorities from Xinjiang assigned to factories across provinces; Includes company responses

In March 2020, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) published a report Uyghurs for sale: ‘Re-education’, forced labour and surveillance beyond Xinjiang, which identified 83 foreign and Chinese companies as allegedly directly or indirectly...

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1 March 2020

Major brands implicated in report on forced labour beyond Xinjiang

Author: Australian Strategic Policy Institute

[The Australian Strategic Policy Institute published a report entitled "Uyghurs for sale - ‘Re-education’, forced labour and surveillance beyond Xinjiang" in February 2020.]...

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27 February 2020

Cambodia: Some garment factories cancel overtime work amid uncertainty over impacts of EBA decision and the Covid-19

Author: Sovuthy Khy, CamboJA

"Garment factories cut overtime hours for workers", 27 February 2020...

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