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Queer Labour Behind the Label zine online launch
Today we mark the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexphobia and Transphobia (IADHOBIT) with the online launch of our zine – Queer Labour Behind the Label: a collection of stories from LGBTQI+ garment workers from Cambodia and Indonesia.
International Workers Memorial Day: Remember the dead, fight for the living!
International Workers Memorial Day this year comes at the end of a week that started with the 10th anniversary of the Rana Plaza mass industrial homicide in Bangladesh. This is what we did this week.
Press Release: Protesters commemorating Rana Plaza 10th anniversary target London fashion stores
‘Remember the dead, fight for the living’ – protesters target Oxford Street clothing stores to remember the victims of the Rana Plaza factory collapse and denounce slow progress on garment workers rights a decade on.
Adidas slammed for poor workers’ rights in Guerrilla Advert campaign
Workers’ rights activists have ‘hijacked’ multiple advertising spaces in bus stops in Bristol and Manchester to protest Adidas ‘woke-washing’ on International Women’s Day.
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.
Call out: Could you become a Trustee?
Applications are now open for those interested in becoming trustees of the Labour Behind the Label Trust.