Next, Nike and Amazon:  Pay Your Workers

Next, Nike and Amazon: Pay Your Workers

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Tell Next to respect garment workers’ rights

Campaign Closed This campaign is now closed. Over 1000 of you emailed Lord Wolfson, Next’s chief executive, asking him to formally recognise and engage with the trade union.  After months of fighting for Next to formally recognise the FTZ & GSEU Trade Union within...
Primark update

Primark update

In November, we launched a campaign calling on Primark to commit to ensuring that all the workers in their supply chain were paid throughout the pandemic and beyond. Nearly 1300 of you joined the call and put pressure on Primark by signing our petition. Primark have...

Millions of garment workers worldwide are losing their jobs without compensation, or receiving much less than their regular poverty wages. Most of these workers are women. Hunger forces those who still have jobs to put their lives at risk in unsafe workplaces.

With #PayYourWorkers, we demand that Nike, Amazon and Next and other apparel brands and retailers:

• Pay the workers who make their clothes their full wages for the duration of the pandemic;

• Make sure workers are never again left penniless if their factory goes bankrupt, by signing onto a negotiated severance guarantee fund; and

• Protect workers’ right to organise and bargain collectively.