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24 January 2020

Cambodia: 23 brands, brand associations and CSOs send a joint letter calling for the PM to address specific labour rights issues

Author: Fair Labor Association & Others

"Joint Letter on Labor Rights to Cambodian Prime Minister", 23 January 2020...

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17 December 2019
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El 21 de octubre, la RSM y otras organizaciones de derechos laborales enviaron cartas a cuatro grandes marcas – PVH, Wal-Mart, Ralph Lauren y Levi’s – demandándoles que aseguren que las 824 ex-trabajadoras(es) de la fábrica LD El Salvador sean...

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17 December 2019

El Salvador: Workers from garment factory producing for Levi’s, Ralph Lauren, Walmart, PVH, Global Brands Group reportedly still owed $1.7 million; companies respond

On 7th March 2018, the 824 workers at the LD garment factory in El Salvador lost their jobs when the factory suddenly closed without warning, and the employer failed to pay them their legal severance. These workers sewed clothes for Levi’s, Ralph...

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17 December 2019

Ralph Lauren did not respond

Author: Ralph Lauren

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17 December 2019
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13 December 2019

CEOs of Microsoft, Apple, Google and more urge Trump administration to stay in Paris climate deal

Author: Nat Levy, GeekWire

...[D]riving progress on addressing climate change is what’s best for the economic health, jobs, and competitiveness of our companies and our country...  [W]e stand by our conviction that a commitment to the Paris Agreement requires a just transition...

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19 November 2019
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Author: Red de Solidaridad de la Maquila

"A las trabajadoras(es) abandonadas en el cierre de la fábrica LD en El Salvador se les adeuda US$1.7 millones", 31 de octubre de 2019...

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19 November 2019
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23 October 2019

KnowTheChain: Ranking companies' efforts to address forced labour in their supply chains

  KnowTheChain is a resource for businesses and investors who need to understand and address forced labor risks within their supply chains. In 2020/2021 KnowTheChain will be becnhmarking 180 companies in three sectors. In 2019 will be publishing inves...

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27 August 2019
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Author: Hortense de Montalivet, Huffington Post

«  Au G7, une trentaine de marques présentent leur "Fashion pact" de l'environnement », 26 août 2019...

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