View survey response

Vietnam

Vietnam-outline-map-credit-Matt-Rosenberg-About.com-geography.jpg

Get RSS feed of these results

Related stories and components

Article
27 May 2020

Vietnam: 50,000 garment worker jobs at risk as brands cancel orders en masse amidst COVID-19 pandemic

Author: Sally Ho, Green Queen

“Vietnam: Garment Workers Lose Income As Covid-19 Decimates Fashion Orders”, 27 May 2020...

Read more

Company non-response
25 May 2020

Tapestry did not respond

Read more

Story
23 May 2020

Vietnam: Workers allege that firm that makes shoes for Nike & Adidas used the pandemic as an excuse to fire them; companies respond

One hundred fifty Chinese workers allege that they have become expendable and that the manufacturing firm, Pou Chen, used the pandemic as an excuse to fire them. Pou Chen said it was forced to terminate the workers' contracts due to the decline in...

See full story

Company response
21 May 2020

Nike's response

Author: Nike

22 May 2020...

Read full response

  • This is a response from the following companies: Nike
Company response
20 May 2020

adidas' response

Author: adidas

21 May 2020...

Read full response

Article
3 May 2020

HSBC stops funding new coal power stations, including those in previously exempt countries like Indonesia & Vietnam

Author: Tim Ha, EcoBusiness

"No more loopholes: HSBC closes door on new coal projects," 27 April 2020...

Read more

  • Related companies: HSBC
Article
2 May 2020

Vietnam: Online activist faces five-year jail time; Facebook under fire for agreeing to censor posts critical to Govt.

Author: Huy Le & Richard Finney, Radio Free Asia

"Vietnamese Facebook User Hit With Five-Year Prison Term Amid Tightening Restrictions on Press Freedoms", 28 April 2020...

Read more

Article
28 April 2020
+ Français - Hide

Author: Fédération Internationale pour les Droits Humains (FIDH)

« Obligations des entreprises en matière de droits humains : arrêtez de vous en laver les mains ! », 23 avril 2020...

Read more

Story
27 April 2020
+ Français - Hide
Article
22 April 2020
+ Français - Hide

Author: Le Monde (France)

En pleine pandémie, l’accès à Facebook, Messenger et Instagram a été très fortement restreint, jusqu’à ce que le réseau social accepte de bloquer davantage de messages....

Read more