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Next, Nike and Amazon: Pay Your Workers

The 35 million people around the world who sew our clothes make some of the lowest wages in the world. It would take just ten cents per t-shirt for brands to make sure garment workers survive the pandemic. Tell Nike, Amazon and Next: It’s time to pay your workers. 

Tell Next to respect garment workers' rights

Over 1000 of you emailed Lord Wolfson, Next’s chief executive, asking him to formally recognise and engage with the trade union. We have temporarily closed this action, as Next are currently engaging on this issue. We hope to bring you an update soon. 


BOOHOO: Pay back your workers and go transparent

Boohoo’s £3.50/hr workers are owed millions in back pay yet Boohoo is tinkering around the edges with trying to sort out their supply chain issues. They further continue to refuse to release their factory list. Join the campaign to ask them to act.

PRIMARK: Have you paid your workers?

Since March, workers who produce Primark’s clothes in Bangladesh, Myanmar and Cambodia have been protesting mass dismissal, unpaid wages and reduction in pay. Sign our petition today and join us in calling for Primark to to ensure that all workers in their supply chain are paid their wages. Workers should not have to pay the cost of the pandemic!

COVID-19: Call on brands to step up and protect the people who make their clothes

The pandemic is closing in on the garment industry from several different directions, and is effectively crushing the workers who make our clothes.  Regardless of which direction the pressure comes from, garment workers are paying the highest price. We are calling on clothing brands to meet our seven demands in their response to Coronavirus.