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Serbia

This section contains information on the Republic of Serbia after the dissolution of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in June 2006.  For items referring to the period before June 2006, please see our section for Yugoslavia

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19 December 2017

Response by Armani

Author: Armani

...We received your mail and your enquiry on some Eastern Europe productions, in which some serious human rights abuses were reported. Following your enquiry, the Armani Group, which has been and is actively working on all CSR aspects of its production...

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Company response
19 December 2017

Response by Burberry

Author: Burberry

...The welfare of workers is a priority for Burberry. Burberry is committed to promoting fair and sustainable employment practices throughout its business and supply chain. We believe that all employees and workers in our supply chain should be treated...

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Company response
19 December 2017

Response by Decathlon

Author: Decathlon

...Our Code of Conduct is based on the fundamental principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the fundamental conventions of the International Labor Organization, and the SA 8000 standard of social responsibility. It defines our...

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Company response
19 December 2017

Response by Esprit

Author: Esprit

Esprit is aware of the Clean Clothes Campaign’s report  that mentioned one of our supplier factories in Serbia, and found the report’s allegations disturbing. When we learned of the research, we hired a non-profit third party monitor to check the...

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Company response
19 December 2017

Response by H&M

Author: H&M

...The H&M group does not own any factories. Our products are made by independent suppliers, based in many countries across the world, including several in Europe... [A]ll our 1st tier suppliers (product manufacturers and the processing factories...

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Company response
19 December 2017

Response by Inditex

...In 2016, only 3 factories from Serbia and 2 factory from Ukraine produced for Inditex... All five factories have been monitored and reviewed by Inditex in terms of labour standards and working conditions, including wages and working hours, with...

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19 December 2017

Response by Marks & Spencer

Author: Marks & Spencer

...All our suppliers, wherever they are in the world and whatever size they are, must adhere to our strict ethical standards as a condition of working with us. These include providing good working conditions, freedom of association, treating workers...

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Company response
19 December 2017

Response by PVH

Author: PVH

...We take these matters very seriously and appreciate your sharing with us the information included in the Clean Clothes Campaign Report. We will investigate your report findings at the factories in Serbia and Ukraine, where we are actively sourcing....

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Company response
19 December 2017

Response by s.Oliver

Author: s.Oliver

...s.Oliver takes the implementation of appropriate social standards at supplier factories very seriously. Before starting a business relationship, we assess through social audits if the supplier fulfills our defined s.Oliver principles and guidelines....

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Company response
19 December 2017

Response by Schoeffel

Author: Schoeffel

We devoted us to fight for better working conditions, joining the FWF as a member in 2011. We put a lot of effort in mapping the risks and anticipating on them. Thus wework closely together with the factories we source from and with most of them and...

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