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NGOs welcome MEP initiative on responsible business conduct
by Paul Roeland published 19-03-2019
A coalition of ActionAid, Amnesty International, Anti-Slavery International, Clean Clothes Campaign, the European Coalition for Corporate Justice and FIDH (International Federation for Human Rights) hope this will lead the European Commission to follow suit and take immediate steps to develop an action plan.
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by Paul Roeland published 18-12-2018
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European Parliament slams Bangladesh Government on human rights and calls for the continuation of the Accord
by Paul Roeland published 15-11-2018
Today the European Parliament passed a resolution calling on the Bangladesh Government to urgently act to address deteriorating human rights conditions.
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File Perspective: Asia Floor Wage and Gender - October 2009
by Paul Roeland published 01-09-2018
A n Asia Floor Wage for the global garment industry has significant advantages for lives of millions of workers who are primarily women. According to research by several scholars as well as international institutions and NGOs, women represent an estimated 60% to over 80% of the global garment manufacturing workforce. The ILO considers gender equality as a key element in its vision of `Decent Work for All Women and Men ́ for social and institutional change to bring about equity and growth. Indeed, women’s empowerment is about women taking ownership of their lives and leading a dignified existence without discrimination. This must be with the support of their social environment and with protection from verbal and physical abuse. The AFW is a firm advocate of these principles.
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