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As UNIQLO arrives in Scandinavia, Indonesian garment workers demand justice
by Mirjam van Heugten published 24-08-2018 last modified 28-08-2018 08:39
As UNIQLO, Japan’s largest clothing retailer, hits Stockholm on Thursday 24 August with a huge opening party at its new flagship store, labour rights campaigners demand the fast fashion giant act immediately to settle a long running dispute with 2000 Indonesia workers fighting for USD 5.5 million they are owed in lost wages and unpaid severance.
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by Mirjam van Heugten last modified 24-08-2018 08:18
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by Mirjam van Heugten last modified 10-07-2018 08:54
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File CCC appeals to buyers Avery Dennison to take action on illegal terminations
by Mirjam van Heugten published 02-07-2018
At several Indian factories from Avery Dennison Pvt. Ltd, a major player in the industry of printed name tags, price tags, stickers and labels for international brands, such as Next, C&A, adidas, Puma and M&S, temporary workers have been subjected to labour violations.
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File CCC appeals Avery Dennison to take action on illegal terminations
by Mirjam van Heugten published 02-07-2018
At several Indian factories from Avery Dennison Pvt. Ltd, a major player in the industry of printed name tags, price tags, stickers and labels for international brands, such as Next, C&A, adidas, Puma and M&S, temporary workers have been subjected to labour violations.
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by Mirjam van Heugten last modified 14-05-2018 14:43
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by Mirjam van Heugten last modified 20-04-2018 11:08
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Indonesian garment workers appeal to Uniqlo CEO in letters to take action on severance debt
by Mirjam van Heugten published 19-04-2018 last modified 20-04-2018 11:12
Seventy ex-workers of an Indonesian garment factory, which until its illegal closure three years ago was supplying Japanese fashion giant Uniqlo, have made a personal plea to Tadashi Yanai - Uniqlo’s billionaire owner - calling on him to intervene directly to ensure they finally receive their unpaid wages and severance.
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by Mirjam van Heugten last modified 12-04-2018 19:07
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Bravo workers forced to take partial payments from Zara, Mango, Next
by Mirjam van Heugten published 12-04-2018 last modified 04-09-2018 08:33
Clean Clothes Campaign sends our solidarity to the Bravo workers, who have showed remarkable bravery and demonstrated an unwaivering commitment to the principles of fairness and justice. Following a period of sustained pressure from the brands involved, 140 Turkish garment workers have accepted partial payments towards the debt owed to them when the Bravo factory – which produced clothing for Zara, Mango (Inditex) and the UK brand Next – closed overnight in June 2016. Their struggle has played a vital role in highlighting an issue which affects thousands of garment workers worldwide and demonstrated the power and importance of solidarity between workers and consumers alike.
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