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15 October 2019
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Author: 王晨, 中外对话

“民间组织施压电商平台管控有害化学品”, 2019年19月9日...

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14 October 2019

India: Women's empowerment program piloted in three toy factories to drive gender equality in the workplace

Author: Mark Robertson, Business Fights Poverty

"Empowering Women in Toy Factories: Insights from Pilots in India" , 30 September 2019...

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14 October 2019

China: E-commerce sites accused of failing to protect consumers from toxic plastic toys

Author: Wang Chen, China Dialogue

“Websites failing to protect consumers from toxic plastic toys”, 9 Oct 2019...

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18 June 2019

UNICEF briefing: Why businesses should invest in digital child safety

Author: UNICEF

UNICEF has just released a brief on how companies can invest in digital child safety. With the rapidly expanding power and reach of the ICT sector,  communications and technology companies have been thrust into key policy debates around the risks and...

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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

China: Major toy brands accused of sourcing from 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 non-response
18 December 2018

Simba Dickie Group declined to respond

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Company non-response
17 December 2018

Schleich did not respond

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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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Company response
7 December 2018

Ravensburger's response

Author: Ravensburger

Ravensburger is one of the few European toy brands whose products are 90% manufactured in its own factories in Ravensburg and Polička, Czech Republic. In-house production enables us to monitor product and service quality in the best possible way. As a...

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