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20 September 2018
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Author: Bündnis für nachhaltige Textilien

"MITGLIEDER DES TEXTILBÜNDNISSES STELLEN FORDERUNG AN DIE REGIERUNG IN BANGLADESCH", 28 August 2018...

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20 September 2018

Bangladesh: Partnership for Sustainable Textiles members urge Govt. to support existing agreement for transition of Accord

Author: Partnership for Sustainable Textiles

"Members of the textiles partnership posing a joint demand", 28 August 2018...

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20 December 2017

Ukraine, Serbia & Hungary: Report by Clean Clothes Campaign details poverty wages & poor working conditions in garment factories producing for global brands; incl. co responses

The report "Europe's Sweatshops" published by Clean Clothes Campaign documents poverty wages and poor working conditions in the garment and shoe industry throughout Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. The report is presented together with new country...

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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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26 June 2017

Business human rights responsibility for refugees & migrant workers: Turning policies into practice in the Middle East

Author: Samentha Goethals, Joseph Bardwell, Mariam Bhacker, & Bahaa Ezzelarab, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre in Business & Human Rights Journal

...Our focus in this piece is to consider how companies have been implementing their human rights responsibility to address the risks and challenges faced by refugees and migrant workers in the Middle East, a region that is currently experiencing...

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6 June 2017

#whomademyclothes: Transparency poor in garment supply chain, study finds

Author: Rebecca Ley, Ethical Corporation

"#whomademyclothes: Transparency poor in garment supply chain, study finds"...

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Report
6 June 2017

Fashion Transparency Index 2017

Author: Fashion Revolution

We don’t know enough about the impact our clothing has on people and planet...Overall brands are widely sharing policies and commitments...Brands publish little information about the impactsof their practices...Increasing number of brands are...

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6 June 2017

Fashion Transparency Index 2017: Only one third of brands disclose efforts on labour rights below tier 1 of supply chain

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8 January 2017

Bangladesh: Rights' groups urge brands to take action to free detained workers, companies respond

On December 11, 2016, workers at the Windy Apparel factory went on a strike following news of death of one of its employees after managers refused her repeated requests for time off. The factory supplies a number of well know high street brands...

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15 February 2016
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