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12 June 2017

Briefing: Modern slavery reporting: Weak and notable practice

Author: CORE, Anti-Slavery International, Unicef UK, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

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24 April 2017

NGO coalition urges 72 clothing companies to commit to supply chain transparency pledge

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23 April 2017

Commentary: What has changed for Bangladesh's garment industry workers since the Rana Plaza factory collapse?

Author: Laura Wheatley, Segura (UK)

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20 February 2017

UK: Govt. identifies & fines nearly 700 companies for failing to pay minimum or living wage

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16 February 2017

UK: Govt reprimands 16 Welsh employers for failing to pay minimum or living wage

Author: WalesOnline

"These are the employers in Wales named and shamed for not paying staff the minimum or living wage"...

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8 January 2017

Bangladesh: Rights' groups urge brands to take action to free detained workers, companies respond

On December 11, 2016, workers at the Windy Apparel factory went on a strike following news of death of one of its employees after managers refused her repeated requests for time off. The factory supplies a number of well know high street brands...

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22 January 2016

Company responses to Syrian refugees in Turkey

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22 January 2016

Response by Debenhams

Author: Debenhams

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22 December 2015

This Software Startup Is Battling Slavery

Author: Dan Primack, Fortune

Tech entrepreneurs are constantly talking about how they want to change the world, but critics regularly respond that such change is too narrowly-focused on speed, connectivity, and profit. So when we come across a software startup whose product can...

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24 November 2015

UK: Investigation finds firms split over whether to pay new "national living wage" to workers under 25

Author: Simon Neville, Independent (UK)

Firms will only have to pay the “national living wage” to staff aged 25 or over when it starts in April. Under half of top retailers have so far promised to pay all staff the same rate for the same work, regardless of age. Simon Neville reports on the...

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