Impact Report 2020/21
This report looks at the impact that Labour Behind the Label has had during the financial year 2020/21. A great deal of our work shifted to focus on the appalling negative impacts of Covid-19 – the virus itself as well as the resultant loss of wages, jobs, benefits...
Report: Brands are Pushing Garment Workers to Breaking Point during the Pandemic
In this report, published July 2021, Clean Clothes Campaign conducted interviews with 49 garment workers in the supply chains of H&M, Nike and Primark in Bangladesh, Cambodia and Indonesia. The interviews show that the Coronavirus-induced crisis continues to have a devastating impact on the wages, working conditions, and labour rights of garment workers.
Report: Out of the Shadows
This short report is designed as a guide to the Fashion Checker tool (FashionChecker.org) and highlights what is missing in regards to brand commitments and practices in paying a living wage to workers in their supply chains. The report is based on research undertaken in 2019 and early 2020.
Report: Un(der)paid in the pandemic: An estimate of what the garment industry owes its workers
Millions of garment workers around the world have not received their regular wages, or have not been paid at all, for months since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, shows a new report by Clean Clothes Campaign, launched today.
Report: Boohoo & COVID-19: The people behind the profit
Emerging evidence indicates that conditions in Leicester’s factories, primarily producing for Boohoo, are putting workers at risk of COVID-19 infections and fatalities.
Report: Who will bail out the workers who make our clothes?
The economic repercussions of the coronavirus pandemic are colossal in scale and global in scope. The world’s wealthy countries are poised to spend trillions of dollars to shore up the income of their workers and to rescue their corporations. A vital question remains unanswered: who is going to rescue the workers who toil in the global supply chains of many of those corporations?
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...
Major clothing brands failing to meet living wage commitments
Our new report, Tailored Wages UK 2019, looks at 32 top brands to see who is taking action to address poverty pay for the people who make our clothes. It found that whilst brands said they had a commitment to ensuring wages were enough to support workers’ basic needs,...
Report: Tailored Wages UK 2019
This report analyses responses from 32 top clothing brands on their progress in implementing a living wage for the workers who produce their clothes. It finds that whilst 84% of brands have some commitment to ensuring wages are enough to support workers’ basic needs,...
Report: H&M: fair living wages were promised, poverty wages are the reality
Report: H&M: fair living wages were promised, poverty wages are the reality The H&M group is one of the world’s largest retailers with 4,801 shops worldwide. In November 2013, H&M announced that all “H&M’s strategic suppliers should have pay structures...