PVH (Phillips-Van Heusen)
Headquarters in USA
Author: Humphrey Hawksley, BBC News Channel
Globalisation has brought the world's goods to the west. But how can rich consumers be sure they are buying food and clothing manufactured without harming workers - especially children? Humphrey Hawksley reports. [Transcript:] We told several big UK...
Author: Brian Ross, Matthew Mosk, Cindy Galli, ABC News
The agreement makes PVH [Phillips-Van Heusen] the first brand to agree to impose fire safety standards on the factories where its clothes are made, and help pay for an independent inspector to "design and implement a fire safety inspection program...
- Related stories: Bangladesh: Agreement reached with Phillips-Van Heusen on safety in garment factories
- Related companies: Gap Kohl's Phillips-Van Heusen Tommy Hilfiger (part of Phillips-Van Heusen)
Unprecedented Number of U.S. and European Apparel Companies and Major Industry Association Sign Pledge to Call for Elimination of Forced Child Labor in Uzbekistan
Author: Responsible Sourcing Network
More than 60 of the world’s best known apparel companies and brands as well as the American Apparel and Footwear Association (AAFA), which represents more than 800 brands, have signed a pledge to not knowingly source Uzbek cotton harvested using...
- Related in-depth areas: Latest news on Children
- Related companies: adidas Ann Taylor ASDA (part of Walmart) Burberry Carrefour Carter's Columbia Sportswear Eddie Bauer Eileen Fisher Gucci (part of Kering) H&M J.Crew Jones Group Kohl's Levi Strauss Li & Fung Liz Claiborne (part of J.C. Penney) Macy's New Balance Nordstrom Oshkosh Oshkosh B'Gosh Peacocks (part of EWM Group) PPR (formerly Pinault-Printemps-Redoute) Puma PVH (Phillips-Van Heusen) Redcats (part of Pinault-Printemps-Redoute) Reebok (part of adidas) Sam's Club (part of Walmart) Target TJX VF Corp Walmart Walt Disney
Author: Environmental Leader
Adidas is in talks with competitors, including Nike and Puma, to develop a response to Greenpeace’s intensifying campaign on chemicals in the supply chain, Business Green reports. Speaking to BusinessGreen, an Adidas spokeswoman told the website that...
- Related stories: China: Nike commits to eliminating hazardous chemicals in its supply chain
- Related companies: Abercrombie & Fitch adidas Calvin Klein (part of Phillips-Van Heusen) Converse (part of Nike) G-Star H&M Kappa Lacoste (part of Devanlay) Li Ning Nike Pentland Group Phillips-Van Heusen Polo Ralph Lauren Puma
Author: UN Special Representative on business & human rights John Ruggie
The Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for business and human rights has identified instances of applications of the U.N. “Protect, Respect and Remedy” Framework, in whole or in part, as a resource for those looking for...
- Related in-depth areas: Draft Guiding Principles UN Secretary-General's Special Representative on business & human rights
- Related companies: Anglo American AngloGold Ashanti Barclays Barrick Gold BHP Billiton Cerrejón Coal (joint venture Anglo American, BHP Billiton, Glencore Xstrata) Chevron Citigroup Eni ExxonMobil General Electric Goldcorp Nestlé Phillips-Van Heusen Shell TNT (part of TPG) TPG Xstrata (part of Glencore Xstrata)
Author: Norwegian Government Pension Fund
Walt Disney, Ericsson and Hennes & Mauritz [H&M] were among 9 out of 527 companies to get top marks for managing and reporting on the risks of child labour use and children’s rights violations in their operations and supply chains...Intel,...
- Related stories: ILO report released on the World Day Against Child Labour calls for urgent action against hazardous forms of child labour
- Related in-depth areas: Case examples Latest news on Children
- Related companies: Anglo American Ericsson Gildan Activewear Hennes & Mauritz (see H&M) Intel Motorola Motorola Mobility (part of Google) Motorola Solutions Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) Phillips-Van Heusen Walt Disney Xstrata (part of Glencore Xstrata)
Author: UN Global Compact & Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
Why respect human rights?...Why develop a human rights policy?...Getting started - the process behind the policy...What are the key ingredients of a human rights policy?...Next steps - Path to implementation...[refers to BlackRock, AXA, Investment...
- Related stories: A guide for business: How to develop a human rights policy
- Related companies: ABB adidas Alcoa AngloGold Ashanti ANZ Bank AstraZeneca AXA Balfour Beatty Barclays BASF Bayer BG Group BHP Billiton BlackRock Cadbury (part of Mondelēz International) Carrefour Cerrejón Coal (joint venture Anglo American, BHP Billiton, Glencore) CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation) Coca-Cola Codelco Diageo DuPont Eni Fujitsu General Electric GlaxoSmithKline H&M HP (Hewlett-Packard) HSBC IKEA Kraft Foods Marks & Spencer Marriott Mitsubishi Group Monsoon National Grid Pentland Group Phillips-Van Heusen Shell Tata Group Telefónica Tesco Total Vale Westpac Yahoo!
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...
- Related in-depth areas: Key initiatives Key initiatives & reports Positive initiatives
- 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...