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19 August 2013
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Author: Elsa Bembaron, Le Figaro (France)

Après avoir concentré 80% de sa production en Asie, le suédois H&M étend son réseau de fournisseurs à l'Éthiopie…Officiellement, il s'agit pour H&M de « garantir sa capacité à livrer les produits dans tous les magasins, assure une porte-parole...

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1 August 2013

[PDF] From Audit to Innovation: Advancing Human Rights in Global Supply Chains

Author: Shift

Leading brands and retailers have, for several decades, recognized the need to address adverse social and labor conditions within their supply chains. The global convergence around the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights has reaffirmed...

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11 July 2013

Case profile: U.S. apparel cos. lawsuit (re Saipan)

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre case profile for lawsuits against American retail apparel companies and Saipan-based garment factories over allegations of unlawful conspiracies regarding involuntary servitude and criminal peonage.]

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8 July 2013

2 agreements to improve safety in Bangladesh garment factories launched this week: "Accord on Fire and Building Safety" and "Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety"

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7 July 2013

Major US names missing as retailers sign deal to improve Bangladesh safety [Bangladesh]

Author: Karen McVeigh, Guardian

The 75 signatories to the accord...will guarantee that in every case where unsafe conditions are found, funds will be made available for necessary safety upgrades...But only three US retailers have signed up to the plan. American firms are reportedly...

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1 July 2013

Map of Garment Factories and Supply Chains [Cambodia]

Author: Cambodia Center for Human Rights

The map details…558 garment factories operating in Cambodia…At least 95 of the factories on the map are reported to have produced and supplied products to major international brands, including, but not limited to, Adidas, Calvin Klein, Clarks, H&M...

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30 June 2013

U.S. Retailers Announce New Factory Safety Plan [Bangladesh]

Author: Steven Greenhouse, New York Times

Feeling pressure from consumer and labor groups for not doing more to ensure factory safety in Bangladesh, Wal-Mart, Gap and numerous other retailers along with the nation’s main retail federations are seeking to forge a new plan to promote safety in...

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27 June 2013

U.S. Retailers Near Pact on Bangladesh Factory Safety [Bangladesh]

Author: Suzanne Kapner, Wall Street Journal

Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Gap Inc. and other large U.S. retailers are nearing an agreement to establish a $50 million, five-year fund to improve safety conditions in Bangladesh garment factories..The $50 million fund, a critical component of the deal, is...

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25 June 2013
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Author: Caroline Crosdale, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

Plus de 40 entreprises, essentiellement européennes, ont adopté un plan sécurité anti incendie après l'effondrement du Rana Plaza au Bangladesh. Plusieurs grandes marques américaines, notamment WalMart et Gap, ont choisi de lancer leur propre...

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25 June 2013
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