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  • January 3, 2024

    The Impact of the Earthquake on Textile and Garment Workers

    Interviews with 100+ workers in this January 2024 report by CCC Turkey shows that garment factories and their buyers left workers to fend for themselves after the devastating earthquake that hit Türkiye in February 2023. As most of them were not paid in full in the aftermath of the earthquake, workers had to return to their jobs out of financial necessity without having a safe place to live and before the factories they worked in had undergone any structural safety inspections.

  • September 21, 2023

    Stitched under strain - Long term wage loss across the Cambodian garment industry

    This September 2023 report is an alarming indictment on a global industry that has been allowed to put company profit margins ahead of the rights of the workers that make their clothes. Amid soaring living costs, Cambodian garment workers are calling for an increase in their wage so they can afford everyday essentials like food, rent and education for their children. The findings of this research demonstrate the urgency of this demand. Organisations connected with the Clean Clothes Campaign network, such as ActionAid and Cambodian organisations CENTRAL, CATU and the C.CAWDU are calling on international brands to ensure Cambodian garment workers in their supply chain are earning a fair wage that keeps them out of poverty.

  • August 31, 2023

    Bangladesh minimum wage struggle for 23,000 Tk

    This Clean Clothes Campaign background document from August 2023 documents the need for a 23,000 Tk minimum wage and explains the Bangladesh wage revision process.

  • April 18, 2023

    Fast Fashion Purchasing Practices in the EU. Business relations between fashion brands and suppliers

    This April 2023 report by today by the Fair Trade Advocacy Office (FTAO) and based on field research undertaken by Clean Clothes Campaign Europe demonstrates the existence of unfair trading practices in the European apparel industry. Based on interviews with suppliers, experts and trade union representatives in six EU member states – Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Italy and Germany – the report “Fast Fashion Purchasing Practices in the EU. Business relations between fashion brands and suppliers” paints a clear picture of the volatile, risky and unbalanced trade relations between brands and manufacturers.

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