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Report
17 September 2019

Report highlights failures of social auditing in protecting garment workers, and its use as a tool ‘to protect brand reputation’

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign

"We go as far as brands want us to go", 17 September 2019...

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Article
15 September 2019

Malaysia: Bangladeshi workers suffer slave-like conditions when traded to non-registered firms

Author: Radzi Razak, Malay Mail

"Report: Bangladeshi workers exploited, traded between firms in Malaysia," 10 September 2019...

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Story
9 September 2019

Bangladesh: Union alleges 700+ garment workers dismissed from factory producing for C&A, H&M & Benetton were targeted for union activities; Incl. co. responses

Photo credit: Tareq Salahuddin CC BY 2.0 In August 2019, 701 garment workers at SF Denim Apparels (SF Denim) in Dhaka, Bangladesh, were fired en masse after the factory - which produces for  Benetton, C&A and H&M - cited a shortage of orders f...

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Company response
9 September 2019

C&A's response

Author: C&A

... For C&A, securing fair recruitment, decent work and full respect of labour rights is one of our top priorities as a business......

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Company response
9 September 2019

H&M's response

Author: H&M

Freedom of association is core to our social sustainability work globally as well as locally in Bangladesh. We work to strengthen freedom of association through the Global Framework Agreement with IndustriALL and the Swedish trade union IF Metall,...

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  • This is a response from the following companies: H&M
Company response
4 September 2019

Benetton's response

Author: Benetton Group

... As regards the factory SF Denim Apparels ltd, we did a CSR audit on August 1st, 2019 and it scored 94/100, not reporting any problem in terms of workers rights......

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Article
27 August 2019

Saudi Arabia: Workers settle unpaid wages totalling US$1.5m through govt. complaints mechanism

Author: Gulf Business

"Saudi authorities settle dues worth SAR5.7m owed to 134 expats," 26 Aug 2019...

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Article
14 August 2019

Bangladesh: New data portal connects lives of garment workers with major fashion brands

Author: Fashion Revolution

"What’s Happening with the Garment Worker Diaries?"...

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Story
14 August 2019

Mauritius: Closure of garment factory supplying to ASOS & John Lewis leaves migrant Bangladeshi workers unpaid & stranded; ASOS outlines remediation efforts

In July 2019, it was reported in the Dhaka Tribune that approximately 180 garment workers in Mauritius had lost their jobs and were owed at least two months outstanding wages after their employer, Tex Knits garment factory, ceased operations. It was...

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Company response
13 August 2019

ASOS' response

Author: ASOS

...Through our engagement with the liquidators and representatives of the Mauritius government we were able to ensure that the workers’ electricity and water supplies were reconnected at their accommodation and that workers are provided with an ongoing...

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