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Image Gender Based Violence in the H&M Garment Supply Chain
by Paul Roeland last modified 31-05-2018 07:58
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Image JPEG image Gender Based Violence in the GAP Garment Supply Chain
by Paul Roeland last modified 31-05-2018 07:58
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by Paul Roeland published 29-05-2018 last modified 07-06-2018 07:52
A report by the Asia Floor Wage Alliance and others, as input for the 2018 International Labor Conference
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Image Gender Based Violence in the Walmart Garment Supply Chain
by Paul Roeland last modified 25-05-2018 08:16
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File Gender Based Violence in the Walmart Garment Supply Chain
by Paul Roeland published 25-05-2018
WORKERS VOICES FROM THE GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN : A Report to the ILO 2018
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by Paul Roeland published 22-05-2018 last modified 22-05-2018 20:18
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by Paul Roeland last modified 05-04-2018 14:57
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by Paul Roeland last modified 05-04-2018 14:57
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UN committee implores Bangladesh to step up its game on wages, labour rights and compensation
by Paul Roeland published 05-04-2018
The United Nations Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights has this week urged the government of Bangladesh to ensure a decent wage for all workers, to revise its labour laws and to make haste with the adoption of a national employment injury scheme.
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by Paul Roeland published 27-03-2018 — filed under: ,
The Center for Global Workers’ Rights at Pennsylvania State University has issued a new research paper assessing worker rights progress in Bangladesh as we approach the fifth anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse – the worst disaster, in any country, in the history of manufacturing. Authored by Dr. Mark Anner, the paper addresses the crucial questions of what has changed since Rana Plaza, what hasn’t, and why. The paper focuses on building safety and the impact of the Bangladesh Accord, contrasting the broad progress achieved in the safety arena with the lack of progress in other areas of labor rights.
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