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Workers’ Rights Worldwide
The FIFA World Cup has been built on a decade of human rights violations: whichever way you look, it’s workers from the global South who are exploited
Despite publicly supporting calls for a compensation fund to be set up for migrant construction workers in Qatar, official FIFA sponsor adidas is currently under fire from labour rights advocates for persistent wage theft, union busting and mass lay-offs in its own supply chain.
Applications are now open for those interested in becoming trustees of the Labour Behind the Label Trust.
Labour Behind the Label supports the unions, who condemn the government’s disregard for the voice of trade unions and demand the Labour Ministry calls for an immediate meeting of the National Labour Advisory Council.
Sign a petition today to tell adidas to stop stealing from its workers. Adidas is one of the worlds most profitable sports brands, yet workers making their clothes are systematically subjected to wage theft and union busting.
We have an exciting opportunity for a designer to work on our new project to share LGBTQI worker stories.
Workers from a towel and linen supplier in Karachi are fighting for their rights after being dismissed for taking part in union activities.