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9 October 2015
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Author: IndustriALL

« Des marques de vêtements incitent le Mexique à se conformer aux recommandations de l'OIT », 1er octobre 2015...

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22 September 2015
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Author: adidas Group, American Eagle Outfitters, New Balance, Nike, Patagonia, Puma, PVH y The Walt Disney Company

…A nombre de nuestras empresas [adidas Group, American Eagle Outfitters, New Balance, Nike, Patagonia, Puma, PVH y The Walt Disney Company]…que se abastecen de productos textiles y de confección en México, tenemos relaciones comerciales con docenas de...

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22 September 2015

Mexico: Apparel brands support ILO recommendations on labour law reforms to better protect freedom of association

Author: addidas Group, American Eagle Outfitters, New Balance, Nike, Patagonia, Puma, PVH & The Walt Disney Company

On behalf our companies [addidas Group, American Eagle Outfitters, New Balance, Nike, Patagonia, Puma, PVH & The Walt Disney Company]…sourcing textile and apparel…we have commercial relationships with dozens of Mexican factories, employing...

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3 September 2015
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Author: AFP

« Des vêtements en coton «made in Daech» ? Un risque limité », 2 septembre 2015...

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17 June 2015
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Author: Mauricio Lazala et Joe Bardwell, Centre de Ressources sur les Entreprises et les Droits de l'Homme, dans Open Global Rights

... Les entreprises peuvent être un interlocuteur très important dans la protection des populations vulnérables dans les pays répressifs, en particulier là où les violations qui ont lieu sont en lien avec leur secteur d’activité et quand de grands...

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17 June 2015

“What human rights?" - Why some companies speak out while others don’t

Author: Mauricio Lazala & Joseph Bardwell, Business and Human Rights Resource Centre

Companies can be a powerful voice in the protection of the vulnerable in repressive countries, particularly where abuses are taking place linked to their industry and when they are major investors. Unfortunately, many companies remain unwilling to...

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1 June 2015

Despite the odds: Businesses speaking out for human rights

Author: Mauricio Lazala, Deputy Director, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

...Recently, we have seen a proliferation of repressive laws and practices deployed by an increasing number of states, and an increase in the criminalisation of human rights defenders and other civil society actors. Companies’ responses are at odds...

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25 May 2015

Argentina: Two boys die in “clandestine workshops” allegedly supplying to Inditex; company responds to Al Jazeera

Author: Daniel Schweimler, Al Jazeera

“No action as Argentina's illegal sweatshops flourish”...

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24 April 2015

Investor Letters Urging Further Action on Worker Safety in Bangladesh

Author: Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility

On the second anniverary of the Rana Plaza tragedy in Bangladesh, in April of 2015, a coalition of global investors representing $2.5 trillion in assets sent letters to corporate members of the Bangladesh Accord for Fire and Building Safety (Accord)...

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16 April 2015

New Southeast Asia Briefing: Development for all, or a privileged few?

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