News from 2009
On December 10, 2009 Clean Clothes Polska (CCP) was launched at a corporate social responsibility conference at the Copernicus University in Torun, Poland. The launch was attended by several hundred students, many dignitaries from the university and members of the Polish press.
1,200 Unjustly Laid-off Jerzees de Honduras Workers Win Historic Agreement.
Drawing the connection between the clothes we wear and the women and men who make them is one of the main objectives of the Clean Clothes Campaign. To that end, the Dutch CCC has launched a website featuring the blog of 23-year-old Rumana.
Perhaps the biggest buyers of t-shirts aren’t individuals, but organisations. To promote an event or a conference or perhaps the launch of a new campaign, they want a commemorative t-shirt.
Clean, fair, sustainable – that’s how most outdoor clothing companies present themselves. But are these companies really as responsible as their image suggests? The CCCs of Switzerland, Germany and Austria teamed up to find out. Unfortunately, the result painted quite a different picture.
Good News for the New Year! After nearly five years in prison, two innocent men who were convicted of killing Chea Vichea, then president of the Free Trade Union of the Workers of the Kingdom of Cambodia (FTUWKC), have been provisionally released from prison pending a retrial.