PVH (Phillips-Van Heusen)
Headquarters in USA
Author: International Labour Rights Forum
Companies across the US and Europe have taken a stand against forced child labor in the production of Uzbek cotton. In addition, some companies are working hard to develop clear traceability for cotton and other components of clothing....[C]ompanies...
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- Related companies: American Eagle Outfitters ASDA (part of Walmart) Bed Bath & Beyond C&A Columbia Sportswear Continental Clothing Eileen Fisher Gap Hanesbrands J.C. Penney Jones Group Kohl's Krenholm (part of Boras Wäfveri) L.L.Bean Levi Strauss Limited Brands Macy's Marks & Spencer Nike Nordstrom Phillips-Van Heusen Target Tesco Timberland (part of VF Corp) TJX VF Corp Walmart Walt Disney
Author: Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility [USA]
From worker rights abuses to the social impacts of extractive industries to supply chain abuses like forced child labor, ICCR [Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility] members challenge companies to develop human rights policies that ensure that...
Author: United Nations Global Compact
A human rights policy can take many forms and has no uniform definition…Adopting a human rights policy is only a first step in a company’s human rights due diligence towards meeting its responsibility to respect human rights. But it sends a clear...
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Author: Fair Labor Association
The Fair Labor Association (FLA) today released its 2008 annual public report, which provides statistics on the 239 unannounced factory audits conducted in 2007 and 2008 by FLA-accredited independent monitors and highlights FLA projects that have...
Author: Tom Harkin, Los Angeles Times
...From now through the end of November, instead of attending classes, 2 million Uzbek children ages 6 to 15 will be forced to spend their days picking cotton...In 2007, a group of nongovernmental organizations and socially responsible investors...
Author: David Serchuk, Forbes.com
China is surely the growth story of the century, and investors want to be a part of it. But how can you know if your investment helps liberate China's people, or merely strengthens their oppressors?...These questions are way too broad to hope to...
Author: Phillips-Van Heusen
The position of Global Human Rights Licensee Administrator must ensure that all administrative tasks and assigned functions of the Human Rights Licensee program are fulfilled, and assist the Human Rights Manager in managing licensee relationships and...
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Author: Alliance to Stop Slavery and End Trafficking & CALL+RESPONSE
[The Chain store reaction project is an open letter asking companies to investigate labour abuses in their production chains. Webpage indicates how many emails sent to each company, and which are responding]. [refers to American Apparel, Audi, A...
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Author: CRO Magazine
[Top five placed companies: Intel, Eaton, Nike, John Deere, Genentech]
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