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Intimidation of unionised workers
by Paul Roeland published 03-10-2013 last modified 10-10-2013 14:14 — filed under: ,
Since May 2012, workers at SC Enterprises making garments for Italian brand Original Marines have faced ongoing intimidation for their activities with Kasbi trade union. SC Enterprises is an Indonesian supplier located in Central Java. Outwardly a green, “modern environmentally-friendly garment factory”, conditions within the factory are grim, with low wages, long working hours and forced unpaid overtime.
Located in Behind The Scenes / Review 2012 / Urgent appeal cases in 2012
Indonesian wage trial: human rights violations 'systemic'
by Mirjam van Heugten published 24-06-2014 last modified 27-08-2014 13:05 — filed under: , , ,
After a two-day public hearing, the jury of the People's Tribunal to assess human rights abuses faced by workers in the Indonesian garment industry, announced its verdict today. Judges found overwhelming evidence of ‘systematic violation of the fundamental right to a life lived with human dignity' in an industry employing mostly women and said 'urgent action must be taken' by a variety of stakeholders.
Located in News
Withdrawal Jack Wolfskin due to misconduct factory owner Busana, not union work
by Mirjam van Heugten published 12-02-2014 last modified 12-02-2014 16:40 — filed under: , ,
Clean Clothes Campaign, Jack Wolfskin and the Fair Wear Foundation state that the withdrawal from the Busana Prima Global factory in Bogor, Indonesia was due to the lack of action from the factory owner to act upon labour right violations.
Located in News / / 02 / 12
Fired women partly compensated by buyer
by Paul Roeland published 26-05-2014 last modified 28-05-2014 11:51 — filed under: ,
In 2010, seven female union organisers were fired at the Busana Prima Global factory in Bogor, resulting in a solidarity strike of 37 of their co-workers. The situation did not improve even after main buyer Jack Wolfskin and the Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC) repeatedly urged the factory to reinstate the workers and improve working conditions in the factory. CCC, the Fair Wear Foundation and main buyer Jack Wolfskin worked on skills training and a compensation package for the fired women.
Located in Behind The Scenes / Review 2013 / Cases in 2013
Adidas pays up after two years
by Paul Roeland published 26-05-2014 — filed under: ,
The PT Kizone factory in East Java closed in 2011 without paying 2,800 workers their legally required severance payments. Two companies that were buying garments from Kizone provided funds towards the total severance pay that was due. However, workers were still owed a remaining US $1.8 million. A lengthy campaign, driven by former Kizone workers and several international groups, resulted in Adidas reaching an agreement with the workers, which led to the payment of the remaining severance in June 2013, two years after the closure.
Located in Behind The Scenes / Review 2013 / Cases in 2013
Lost contact due to increased intimidation
by Paul Roeland published 26-05-2014 — filed under: ,
Since 2012, workers at SC Enterprises have faced ongoing intimidation due to their trade union activities. Conditions inside the factory are grim, with low wages, long working hours and forced underpaid overtime. Due to the high level of intimidation the Clean Clothes Campaign lost contact with the workers on the ground in 2013.
Located in Behind The Scenes / Review 2013 / Cases in 2013
File PDF document Sector Wide Solutions (Bahasa Indonesia)
by Paul Roeland last modified 19-01-2016 11:00 — filed under: ,
Indonesian version of the Sector Wide Solution (revised version 2009).
Located in Resources / Publications from the Clean Clothes Campaign / Translations
Global protest swamps adidas’ Facebook page
by geertjan published 12-11-2012 last modified 25-04-2013 13:51 — filed under: , ,
Thousands of people from across the globe are leaving messages on adidas originals' Facebook page about adidas' failure to pay Indonesian workers US$1.8million severance pay.
Located in News / / 11 / 12
Join our global Week of Action against adidas!
by geertjan published 05-11-2012 last modified 25-04-2013 13:50 — filed under: , ,
This week, we join hands with our friends from Labour Behind The Label, SumOfUs, USAS, People and Planet, Ms Wanda, ILRF and many more to tell adidas to stop throwing around excuses. We want them to finally pay up the US$1.8 million of severance payments they owe the Kizone workers in Indonesia. The Kizone factory closed in April 2011, leaving 2,800 people out of work and without pay. It's time for a global Week of Action!
Located in News / / 11 / 05
Sweatshop Campaigners unite against Adidas' "Fundamentally flawed" workers rights summit
by geertjan published 22-10-2012 last modified 25-04-2013 13:48 — filed under: , ,
Anti-sweatshop campaigners from the US and Europe today united to condemn a summit to be held in Lausanne, Switzerland on Tuesday organised by adidas, intended to deal with the issues workers face when its supplier factories close. Whilst United Students Against Sweatshops, the Clean Clothes Campaign, War On Want and People & Planet welcome comprehensive, long-term solutions to workers’ rights abuses in adidas’ supply chain, they say the summit is “fundamentally flawed” and an “empty rhetorical gesture” as workers in Indonesia that made adidas products have been waiting for severance payments for over a year.
Located in News / / 10 / 22