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15 March 2017

India: Major footwear and garment brands react to serious human rights issues in their leather supply chain and promise collective action

The report Do leather workers matter? Violating labour rights and environmental norms in India’s leather production explores labour conditions in the leather industry that are steeped into deep-rooted social inequalities in Indian society based on...

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2 December 2016

The Freedom of Association Protocol: A localised non-judicial grievance mechanism for workers’ rights in global supply chains

Author: Tim Connor, University of Newcastle, Annie Delaney, RMIT University & Sarah Rennie, Melbourne University

November 2016...

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16 November 2016
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15 November 2016

ASN Bank methodology for monitoring wages of garment industry workers showcases meaningful social impact assessment

Author: Karen Maas & Marjelle Oosterling-Vermeulen, Impact Centre Erasmus, and Hansje van der Zwaan-Plagman & Charlotte Scheltus, ASN Bank

"Garment companies and living wage: Sustainable investment and social impact measurement: The case study of ASN Bank," 14 Nov 2016...

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14 October 2016

New report highlights how companies have stood up for individuals and civil society organisations

Author: London School of Economics & Charities Aid Foundation

Beyond Integrity, a new report produced by CAF, in collaboration with the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), examines how some companies are going above and beyond their traditional role to protect civic space. Key findings ...

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7 September 2016

Gap joins other global brands that publish their supply factory list

Author: Human Rights Watch

Gap Inc. is the latest clothing brand to disclose the list of factories that produce its clothes around the world, Human Rights Watch said today. Previously, Gap had said that it was withholding information about its supplier factories for ...

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14 June 2016
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13 June 2016

NGO highlights impact of economic model of adidas, Nike & Puma on workers in their supply chains; companies respond

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7 June 2016

Puma response

Author: Puma

Sports  company  PUMA  has  been  made  aware  of   the  report  "Anti  Jeu"  by  Collectif  Ethique  sur l’étiquette,  a  French  member  of  the  Clean  Clothes   Campaign.  The  publication  states  that  sports brands  lack  a  commitment  to ...

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7 June 2016
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Author: Puma

L’équipementier sportif PUMA a eu connaissance du rapport « Anti Jeu » publié par le Collectif Ethique sur l’étiquette, membre du réseau Clean Clothes Campaign. La publication affirme que les marques de sport ne font pas suffisamment preuve d...

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