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Action Update: Volume 33

Action Update: Volume 33

Find out what Labour Behind the Label have been up to in our bi-annual Action Update.

It’s our birthday! Labour Behind the Label is 20 years old. In this issue, you can read about our 20 years of impact. We can also finally celebrate the signing of the International Accord, which follows its Bangladeshi predecessor in legally committing brands to work to improve factory safety. This is the culmination of an enormous campaign effort from workers and activists around the world. The Pay Your Workers campaign to get justice for garment workers following pandemic wage cuts is also making headway as Black Friday approaches. You can find out about our new exciting short film and activist toolkit, and more.

 

Read it here: Action Update: Volume 33

Action Update: Volume 32

Action Update: Volume 32

Find out what Labour Behind the Label have been up to in our bi-annual Action Update.

It’s now been over year since the shockwaves of Covid-19 have been felt globally, not least by those who make our clothes. Our #PayYourWorkers campaign is ongoing; brands are beginning many brands are agreeing to our demands and workers are being heard. In this issue you will also read about the need to continue the Bangladesh Accord and what we are doing to ensure this happens, and what you can do. We’ll also give you an update with our UK work as well as how we have been working with UNISON to improve procurement practices for all workers including those who are LGBTQ. And finally, read a fundraising update and how we are continuing to build a strong organisation, thanks to you!

 

Read it here: Action Update: Volume 32

Action Update: Volume 31

Action Update: Volume 31

Find out what Labour Behind the Label have been up to in our bi-annual Action Update.

This year has been a hard year for many, not least for garment workers who have been bearing the brunt of the economic impact of the Covid-19 crisis. In this issue we will be sharing what we have been doing in the past six months and how our work is supporting workers to claim their rights. This includes our work calling out boohoo and their poor practices in Leicester and the #PayYourWorkers campaign where we are asking Primark to tell us if they have paid their workers. We will also share our Black Friday action, news related to our current urgent appeals and our upcoming matched giving campaign where each donation up to £4k will be matched!

Read it here: Action Update: Volume 31

Action Update: Volume 29

Action Update: Volume 29

Find our what Labour Behind the Label have been up to in our bi-annual Action Update.

This issue gives you an overview of our latest campaigns to hold the garment industry to account. There is information on our sweatshop-free school uniforms campaign, calling on Trutex to operate with more transparency, a look at fast fashion giant Boohoo and poverty pay, and an update on the situation in Bangladesh and the violent repression of garment workers who protested peacefully for higher wages. There is also an update on some of our urgent appeals work, including campaigning for workers who produced for Burberry and Uniqlo to be paid the wages they are owed. 

Read it here: Action Update: Volume 29

Action Update: Number 28

Action Update: Number 28

Find our what Labour Behind the Label have been up to in our bi-annual Action Update.

In this issue you will find information on Bangladeshi garment workers’ ongoing struggle for fair pay in the face of violent government repression, as well as an update on the future of the Accord and our concerns over worker safety. We share our findings on the dismal state of pay in the global garment industry with the launch of our new report: Tailored Wages UK 2019, and update you on our campaign for H&M to keep its promise and pay garment workers a living wage. This issue also takes a look at fast fashion and the environmental crisis, and contains information on how you can get involved with our campaigns and join our activist army.

Read it here: Action Update: Number 28