News from 2010

published 27-01-2016 11:23, last modified 24-04-2016 12:23

Finnish Clean Clothes Campaign Launched

 Finnish Clean Clothes Campaign Launched
24-04-2013 09:51

On March 8, 2010, Puhtaat Vaatteet, Clean Clothes Campaign Finland, was launched at a seminar attended by representatives of Finnish clothing brands, journalists and interested consumers. A report on the policies of clothing companies in Finland, which was presented as well, demonstrates that there is much room for improvement in terms of CSR performance.

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21 Workers Die at Bangladeshi Factory Fire

 21 Workers Die at Bangladeshi Factory Fire
24-04-2013 09:51

Bangladesh unions and international labour rights organisations are calling for immediate action from brands and the government of Bangladesh following a fatal factory fire which killed at least 21 workers and injured a further 50.

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Playfair 2012 launches campaign for an ethical London Olympics

Playfair 2012 launches campaign for an ethical London Olympics
24-04-2013 09:51

On Saturday 27 february, As the Olympic torch was handed on from this year's Winter Olympics in Vancouver to London, the Playfair 2012 coalition launched a campaign for an ethical London Games.

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Low Rating for Nike, other Industry Leaders on Labour Rights

24-04-2013 11:49

Major sportswear brands have taken insufficient action in recent years to improve wages and working conditions for those who produce their goods, this despite making positive statements at the time of the 2008 Olympics about cleaning up an industry rife with worker rights violations, says the Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC).

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Vancouver Olympics: Sportswear Brands in Trouble

Vancouver Olympics: Sportswear Brands in Trouble
24-04-2013 09:51

Despite making positive statements at the time of the 2008 Olympics about cleaning up an industry rife with rights violations, major sportswear brands have taken little action since to improve wages and working conditions for the workers who produce their goods.

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