Commitment to Leicester garment workers should be the priority for Boohoo, following the revelations of BBC Panorama into abusive sourcing practices by the fashion brand
Amid rising unrest and repression of garment union representatives in Bangladesh, UK unions and NGOs have issued a letter calling on the Government of Bangladesh to urgently set the minimum wage for garment workers at a liveable level, and stop the violence.
Hundreds of garment workers in Leicester came out to protest job losses
Press release: New report on labour rights in Pakistan exposes gross failings in the global fashion industry
“Urgent wake-up call” for western high street brands using factories routinely violating workers’ rights, ignoring minimum wages and health and safety laws
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For immediate release: 14 July 2023 This week marks six months since the Pakistan Safety Accord was launched following years of campaigning by trade unions and labour organisations. The binding...
For immediate release: 16 June 2023 Hooks: Tesco Chair steps down at AGM following alleged inappropriate conduct towards female staff; Tesco facing forced labour lawsuit from 130 Burmese garment...
‘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.
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.