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File Stitched Up - Turkish version
by Paul Roeland published 09-03-2015 last modified 19-01-2016 10:52 — filed under: , ,
Poverty wages in the garment industry in Eastern Europe and Turkey. An in depth research report from 2014 on the situation facing garment workers in 10 countries. Busting the myth that "Made in Europe" means better wages and conditions.
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Victory: Company drops legal case against Romanian journalist reporting on dire working conditions
by Christie Miedema published 22-12-2016 last modified 04-01-2017 16:38 — filed under: , ,
An international campaign convinced the Italian-owned factory Maglierie Cristian Impex in Romania to drop the trial against a Romanian investigative journalist for reporting on dire working conditions in one of the largest producers of garments in Romania. The factory employs around 900 people and produces for luxury brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Marco Polo and LaCoste, but also for high street fashion brands such as Zara and Bershka.
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File Stitched Up: Poverty wages in the garment industry in Eastern Europe and Turkey
by emma published 10-06-2014 last modified 13-01-2016 11:52 — filed under: , ,
This is an in depth research report on the situation facing garment workers in 10 countries, busting the myth that "Made in Europe" means better wages and conditions. The report was made in 2014.
Located in Resources / Publications from the Clean Clothes Campaign
Stitched Up
by emma published 10-06-2014 last modified 18-06-2014 19:50 — filed under: , ,
New report released by Clean Clothes Campaign shows that garment workers in Eastern Europe and Turkey are paid poverty wages and many have to work second or third jobs to be able to live.
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Stitched Up!
by emma published 10-06-2014 — filed under: , ,
New report busts myth of 'better' fashion as it finds workers in Europe and Turkey are paid poverty wages.
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File PDF document Workers Voices - The situation of women in the Eastern European and Turkish garment industries
by Paul Roeland last modified 24-04-2013 18:57 — filed under: ,
Research on working conditions in Eastern Europe and Turkey based on over 250 interviews with (women) workers. Written by Kampagne fur Saubere Kleidung and Clean Clothes Campaign, 2005.
Located in Resources / Publications from National CCCs
File PDF document Made in Eastern Europe
by Paul Roeland last modified 19-01-2016 11:53 — filed under:
Publication from 2004 about the emergence of booming "fashion colonies" in Eastern Europe. Lots of women are toiling away in the name of fashion, which is not unlike what is happening in many Asian, Central American, and African countries. Although this booming garment industry raises the hopes of many people, the seamstresses, the actual workers are left out in the cold while fashion multinationals turn a handsome profit.
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European garment workers face forced overtime and poverty wages
by Christie Miedema published 02-02-2016 last modified 02-02-2016 09:41 — filed under: ,
The text “Made in Europe” on a label is frequently perceived as a guarantee of good working conditions in the production of garments. However, two new country researches of Clean Clothes Campaign into working conditions in Poland and the Czech Republic show that workers in the garment industry in the European Union get poverty wages and are confronted with forced overtime which sometimes goes unpaid.
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