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21 January 2019
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Auteur: Marks & Spencer

We have carrief out a full investigation in relation to the report referred to in your request for a response. ...

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21 January 2019
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The Blood Bricks project looks into  modern slavery and debt bondage in the brick-making industry in Cambodia. In 2018, the labour ministry of Cambodia committed to investigate labour-related issues in the brick-making industry as a response to the...

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Article
16 January 2019
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Auteur: Long Kimmarita, The Phnom Penh Post

"W&D workers refuse to return to work", 16 January 2019...

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11 January 2019
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Auteur: Marks & Spencer

... Our Regional Compliance Manager based in Cambodia was aware of an issue in one of our factories, W&D Cambodia and has been in regular contact and met with the factory owner of W&D to understand the situation and seek assurances......

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6 January 2019
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In December 2018, workers of factories W&D (Cambodia) and Seduno Investment Cambo Fashion began a mass strike in and around Phnom Penh citing fears that their employers were planning on circumventing a new government directive to pay - and backpay ...

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Article
2 January 2019
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Auteur: Annette Kögel & Niklas Liebetrau, Der Tagesspiegel

'In Afrika arbeitet jedes fünfte Kind: Ein Appel an alle Verbraucher', 2 Jan 2019...

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Article
29 November 2018
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Auteur: Don-Alvin Adegeest, FashionUnited

"UK retailers defend selling cheap clothes in sustainability enquiry", 29 November 2018...

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Article
12 November 2018
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Auteur: Corporate Human Rights Benchmark

Since its inception, the CHRB has been aiming to answer a deceptively simple question; which companies perform best on human rights issues? [...] [T]his document [...] rank[s] 101 of the world’s largest companies in high human-rights-risk sectors and...

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Article
12 November 2018
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Auteur: Financial Times

Prada, Starbucks and Kraft Heinz are among companies criticised for a lack of transparency on human rights in their businesses and supply chains, despite pressure from governments and an investor-backed group....

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18 October 2018
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