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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 research into the situation of workers in Ukraine, Serbia and Hungary. The factories featured in the report produce for many global brands, upon whom Clean Clothes Campaign is calling to start paying a living wage and to work with suppliers to improve working conditions.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the 53 brands named as sourcing from the countries featured in the report to comment, of which 19 responded: Arcadia, Armani, Burberry, Decathlon, Gucci, H&M, Marks&Spencer, Peter Hahn, PVH, s.Oliver, Schoeffel, Tesco, Versace, Esprit, Asos, Adidas, Hugo Boss, Inditex, C&A.

The following companies did not respond to our invitation to comment: Aster Textile, Bäumler, Benetton, Calzedonia, Dolce&Gabbana, Ermenegildo Zegna, Falc, Falcotto, Falke, Fori Textile, Geox, Golden Lady Company, Kirsten, Liz Claiborne, LVMH, Mango, Mart Visser, Max Mara Fashion Group, Mexx, Naturino, Next, Oui Gruppe, Peek&Cloppenburg, Pompea, Prada, Saint James, Schiesser, Stella McCartney, Steps, Strenesse, Triumph, Vero Moda, Wagner, Walbusch. 

All responses/non-responses are available below.

Respostas da empresa

Schoeffel Ver resposta
Peter Hahn Ver resposta
Decathlon Ver resposta
Bäumler

Sem resposta

Stella McCartney

Sem resposta

Strenesse

Sem resposta

PWT

Sem resposta

Calzedonia

Sem resposta

Ermenegildo Zegna

Sem resposta

Golden Lady Company

Sem resposta

Oui Gruppe

Sem resposta

Steps

Sem resposta

Schiesser

Sem resposta

Aster Textile

Sem resposta

Falke

Sem resposta

Pompea

Sem resposta

Falc

Sem resposta

Fori Textile

Sem resposta

Falcotto

Sem resposta

Naturino

Sem resposta

Vero Moda (part of Bestseller)

Sem resposta

Kirsten

Sem resposta

Mart Visser

Sem resposta

Peek & Cloppenburg/Van Graaf

Sem resposta

Saint James

Sem resposta

Walbusch

Sem resposta

Liz Claiborne (part of J.C. Penney)

Sem resposta

Mexx (part of RNF Holding)

Sem resposta

Next

Sem resposta

Dolce & Gabbana

Sem resposta

Triumph International

Sem resposta

Prada

Sem resposta

Benetton Group

Sem resposta

Geox

Sem resposta

LVMH Moët Hennessy – Louis Vuitton

Sem resposta

Mango

Sem resposta

Versace Ver resposta
Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) Ver resposta
PVH (Phillips-Van Heusen) Ver resposta
Giorgio Armani Ver resposta
Burberry Ver resposta
s.Oliver Ver resposta
Arcadia Group Ver resposta
Tesco Ver resposta
Esprit Ver resposta
adidas Ver resposta
Hugo Boss Ver resposta
Inditex Ver resposta
Gucci Ver resposta

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