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Wages: a living wage and severance pay
by Geertjan Davelaar published 14-11-2012 last modified 01-10-2013 15:12 — filed under: , ,
If they think these wages are enough, they should try to live on them for a month and then decide whether they’re OK. • Pakistani factory worker, 18
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File PDF document Stitching a Decent Wage Across Borders: The Asia Floor Wage Proposal
by Paul Roeland last modified 13-01-2016 14:41 — filed under: , ,
All garment workers in Asia need a wage increase. But often, when workers struggle to improve their wages and conditions in one country, companies relocate to another country, where wages and conditions are lower. So workers are afraid to fight for better wages, because they might lose their jobs. This report from 2009 outlines the proposal for a basic wage for all workers in Asia.
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File PDF document Lets Clean Up Fashion: The state of pay behind the UK high street
by Paul Roeland last modified 19-01-2016 11:42 — filed under: ,
For over a decade, consumers, workers and campaigners have been calling on fashion brands to make sure the workers who produce the clothes they sell are paid a living wage. At the start of 2006, Labour Behind the Label decided it was time to check in with the fashion industry, to see what progress has been made. This report from September 2006 presents the results of the investigation, revealing who is - and isn’t - doing what.
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File PDF document Let's Clean Up Fashion - The State of Pay Behind the UK High Street 2008 Update
by Paul Roeland last modified 24-04-2013 18:57 — filed under: ,
This is the third time that Labour Behind the Label has surveyed the state of pay behind the British fashion scene, and in three years we have seen definite progress, not only in rhetoric but in the beginnings of tangible work on the ground. The establishment of a multi-stakeholder working group at the Ethical Trading Initiative is one clear milestone (although a year in, its pilot projects have still not begun). Written by Labour Behind the Label, 2008.
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A wage you can live on
by emma published 25-04-2013 last modified 15-09-2014 08:23 — filed under: ,
We believe that all garment workers should be paid a wage they can live on; because having a job should mean being able to support yourself and your family.
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Who are the Asia Floor Wage Alliance?
by emma published 25-04-2013 — filed under: ,
The Asia Floor Wage Alliance (AFWA) is an international alliance of trade unions and labour rights activist who are working together to demand garment workers are paid a living wage.
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Why an Asia Floor Wage?
by emma published 25-04-2013 last modified 17-10-2013 12:03 — filed under: ,
Most of the world's garments are made in Asia, and yet the Asian workers who make them are paid the least.
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Members of the Asia Floor Wage Alliance
by emma published 25-04-2013 — filed under: ,
The Asia Floor Wage Alliance is a growing alliance of Trade Unions and labour rights activists, some of our members are listed below.
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Campaigners urge fashion brands to support minimum wage increase
by Geertjan Davelaar published 27-02-2013 last modified 24-04-2013 11:48 — filed under: ,
Cambodian garment workers union calls for $150 monthly minimum wage.
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News flash: 21 Cambodians refused bail
by emma published 11-02-2014 — filed under: ,
Clean Clothes Campaign expresses bitter disappointment and continues the fight for their immediate release.
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