Tommy Hilfiger (part of PVH)
Headquarters in USA
PVH acquired Tommy Hilfiger in March 2010.
This report, the culmination of a three-year investigation…documents how blind consumption of cattle products by the Blue Chip corporations behind reputable global brands is fuelling Amazon deforestation and climate change…Trade data also reveal trade...
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Author: Alliance to Stop Slavery and End Trafficking & CALL+RESPONSE
[The Chain store reaction project is an open letter asking companies to investigate labour abuses in their production chains. Webpage indicates how many emails sent to each company, and which are responding]. [refers to American Apparel, Audi, A...
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Author: Boby Kurian & Arun Iyer, Economic Times [India]
...Influential global NGOs and trade unions are now attacking India’s apparel export industry...Global biggies like Tommy Hilfiger, Levi’s, Ann Taylor and Mexx have snapped sourcing ties with Bangalore-based Fibres & Fabrics International (FFI)...
U.S. and Canadian apparel companies are flocking to Mexico in search of cheap labour. How ethical are your jeans?
Author: Charles Mostoller, McGill Daily [Canada]
[Barrios] has been receiving death threats...As president of the Human and Labour Rights Commission of the Tehuacán Valley, Barrios has investigated working conditions in maquilas as well as helped to organize maquila workers...For this he has drawn...
Author: Sarah K. Cox, Tyee [Canada]
Martín Barrios Hernández...[was] arrested December 29... Barrios is accused of attempting to blackmail the owner of several factories that assemble clothing for export... Coincidentally, Barrios had been pursuing legal channels to obtain severance pay...
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Author: Maxine Frith, Independent [UK]
...after a decade of denying any wrongdoing, companies such as Nike and Gap are now admitting that their workers have been exploited and abused, and have pledged to improve the conditions [refers to steps taken by Nike, Gap, Levi Strauss]...despite...
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Tiffany Says No to Burma's "Blood Gems" - Activists Hail "Principled Position" of World's Most Famous Jeweler, Call for Americans to Boycott Companies Selling Burmese Gems
Author: US Campaign for Burma
"Tiffany's deserves our praise and patronage for...[refusing to sell gems mined in Burma]," said Aung Din, co-founder of USCB who spent over 4 years behind bars as a political prisoner. "Mining in Burma supports the ruling dictators while bleeding the...
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Author: Greenpeace International
Les résultats confirment que plusieurs [produits chimiques]...sont très largement utilisés par l’industrie du parfum. Ceci suggère que l’usage régulier de la plupart des parfums du commerce contribue de manière substantielle à l’exposition quotidienne...
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[PDF] Conditions of Women Workers in Special Economic Zones and Labour Standards in Supplier Factories of German Garment Retailer Companies and Brands in China
Author: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee
The research...is aimed at giving a sketch of the workers’ perspective of their working conditions. What is emphasized here, aside from the factual working conditions of the migrant workers in these foreign invested supplier factories, is how the...
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