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25 September 2019

Analysis finds Disney World employees are often subject to violence from visitors, including spitting and scratching; Includes comments from Disney

Author: Vanita Salisbury, New York Post

"Working at Disney World can be an abusive nightmare", 23 September 2019...

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19 July 2019

Disney respond to allegations of poor working conditions in Disneyland resort with new statement

"Disney calls Abigail Disney's investigation a 'stunt'", 17 July 2019...

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19 July 2019

USA: Disney criticised for alleged poor working conditions in Disneyland resort

Abigail Disney, the granddaughter of Walt Disney has accused Disney of poor working conditions, after meeting with Disneyland employees to better understand their grievances about their work....

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10 July 2019

USA: 4 female employees file complaint against Walt Disney over alleged gender discrimination

Author: Sam Levin, The Guardian (USA)

"Four women allege discrimination in major Disney pay gap case", 5 Jul 2019...

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3 June 2019
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Author: Ana Benabs, France 24

« Disney et Netflix menacent de ne plus travailler dans l'État de Géorgie à cause de la loi anti-IVG », 30 mai 2019...

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7 April 2019
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Author: Hoy (Estados Unidos)

“Presentan una demanda contra Disney por discriminación contra sus empleadas” – 03 de abril de 2019...

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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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12 December 2018

HP marks Human Rights Day by celebrating six human rights campaigners

Author: Patrick Rogers, HP

On the 70th annual Human Rights Day, HP celebrates our partners and heroes working to improve the lives of workers and their families around the world....Companies have an obligation to operate ethically and treat workers, customers and the general...

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5 February 2018

New venture fund launched to invest in innovative solutions promoting transparency & responsible supply chains

U.S. based foundation Humanity United has partnered with leading brands, foundations, and impact investors to launch a $23 million venture fund aimed at leveraging innovative technology solutions to promote responsible supply chains. Working Capital...

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