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17 September 2019

Cambodia: The govt. and civil society organisations discuss to find ways to improve means of transport for garment and footwear workers

Author: Soth Koemsoeun, The Phnom Penh Post

"Better transport sought for workers", 16 September 2019...

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16 September 2019

Cambodia: Employers & unions agree to continue discussing next year's minimum wage for garment and footwear workers

Author: Long Kimmarita, The Phnom Penh Post

"Negotiations to continue for next year’s minimum wage", 15 September 2019...

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16 September 2019

Fast Retailing partners with ILO to improve worker environments in Asia

Author: Japan Today

"Uniqlo operator ties up with ILO to improve Asia worker environments", 5 September 2019...

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13 September 2019

UK: Labour group demands school uniform supplier Trutex release supplier list for greater transparency; Trutex responds to petition

In July 2019, Labour Behind the Label launched a petition, demanding that school uniform supplier Trutex publish a list of the factories they source from. The labour group argues that while Trutex promises a commitment to ethical production on its web...

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11 September 2019

Pakistan: Seven years after factory fire, labour groups warn conditions remain unsafe and call for a worker-led safety programme

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign, International Labor Rights Forum, Labour Education Foundation, National Trade Union Federation & Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research

"Seven years after deadly fire, garment workers in Pakistan still need a worker-led factory safety programme", 9 September 2019...

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10 September 2019

Cambodia: Unions demand $199 monthly minimum wage for garment workers while employers propose $184

Author: Kunthear Mom, Khmer Times

"Gap in proposed minimum wage", 9 September 2019...

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9 September 2019

Bangladesh: Union alleges 700+ garment workers dismissed from factory producing for C&A, H&M & Benetton were targeted for union activities; Incl. co. responses

Photo credit: Tareq Salahuddin CC BY 2.0 In August 2019, 701 garment workers at SF Denim Apparels (SF Denim) in Dhaka, Bangladesh, were fired en masse after the factory - which produces for  Benetton, C&A and H&M - cited a shortage of orders f...

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9 September 2019

India: Report finds business practices of major apparel brands are 'undermining' progress on eradicating labour exploitation in garment supply chains

Author: Andrew Crane, Vivek Soundararajan, Michael Bloomfield, Laura J. Spence & Genevieve LeBaron

"Top fashion brands’ business practices are undermining progress on ending garment worker exploitation, reveals new report", 4 September 2019...

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5 September 2019

Cambodia: CENTRAL launches mobile app to share labour rights and educate workers about their rights

Author: Kunthear Mom, Khmer Times

"Central launches labour rights mobile application", 5 September 2019...

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5 September 2019

Thailand: Investigation finds migrant workers producing for Starbucks and Bauer Hockey illegally underpaid

Author: Nanchanok Wongsamuth, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"Exclusive: Thai garment factory investigated by Starbucks after illegal wages expose", 5 September 2019...

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