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21 December 2018
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In einem neuen Bericht "Toys Report 2018" werfen China Labor Watch, die Christliche Initiative Romero (CIR) und weitere Organisationen den internationalen Spielwarenkonzernen Disney, Hasbro und Mattel sowie den deutschen Herstellern Ravensburger,...

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18 December 2018

Major toy brands accused of sourcing from Chinese factories with poor working & living conditions

China Labor Watch has released a report based on research into four Chinese toy factories that supply Hasbro, Disney, Mattel and Lego, as well as German makers Simba Dickie Group, Schleich and Ravensburger. The findings reveal:...

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Company response
13 December 2018

Hasbro's response

Author: Hasbro

Ethical Sourcing is a top priority at Hasbro. We are dedicated to ensuring every worker in our supply chain is treated with dignity and respect and is working in safe, fair, and legal working conditions. Hasbro has a rigorous ethical sourcing...

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9 December 2018
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Author: Finn Mayer-Kuckuk, Frankfurter Rundschau

[A]us verdeckten Ermittlungen der Arbeitsrechtsorganisation China Labour Watch zusammen mit der Christlichen Initiative Romero (CIR) in Nürnberg [geht hervor] ...: Auch deutsche Markenanbieter wie Ravensburger und Schleich lassen weiter bei Partnern in...

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Article
7 December 2018

Lego denies association with Chinese toy factories accused of 'nightmare' working conditions

Author: Chloe Taylor, CNBC

"'Nightmare' conditions at Chinese factories where Hasbro and Disney toys are made", 7 December 2018...

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Report
6 December 2018

China: NGO alleges widespread abuses in four factories supplying to international toy retailers

Author: China Labor Watch

"A Nightmare for Workers: Appalling Conditions in Toy Factories Persist", 6 December 2018...

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Article
12 September 2017

USA: Rhode Island Association of the Deaf sues Lifespan over alleged disability discrimination for failing to provide interpreters

Author: Katie Mulvaney, Providence Journal (USA)

"R.I. [Rhode Island] Deaf Association sues Lifespan accusing lack of interpreters for the deaf", 10 Sep 2017...

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3 February 2016

Weekly Update - 3 February 2016: Outreach to garment brands sourcing from Turkey reveals leading companies, but most not fast enough to safeguard Syrian refugees from exploitation

Our run down of this week's top stories and breaking news about business & human rights. Includes company responses (including from adidas, Arcadia Group, ASOS, BHS, Burberry, C&A, Debenhams, H&M, Hugo Boss, Inditex, KiK, Marks &...

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Company response
22 January 2016

Hasbro response to IGLHR report on Dongguan Zhenyang Toy factory

Author: Hasbro

Hasbro is committed to corporate social responsibility and conducting its business in accordance with high ethical and business standards. We know that when consumers choose Hasbro toys and games, it’s an act of trust that our products are...

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14 January 2016

China: Concerns regarding working conditions at Dongguan Zhenyang Toy factory

In December 2015, Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights published a report, “Dirty Toys Made in China” on working conditions (including excessive hours and unexpected pay deductions) at Dongguan Zhenyang Toy Factory, owned by Tai Nam Industrial....

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