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10 January 2018

KnowTheChain: Ranking companies' efforts to address forced labour in their supply chains

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8 November 2017
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8 November 2017

Germany: 52 businesses call on govt. to make climate policy a top priority

Author: Germanwatch

"Ensuring innovation and reliable investment conditions: The next German government must make climate policy a top priority", 7 November 2017...

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31 August 2017

Commentary: Garment industry should monitor entire supply chain & meet intl. standards

Author: Elizabeth Winkler, Washington Post

"One way to make sure workers weren't abused while making your clothes," 24 August 2017...

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3 August 2017

Mexico: 14 apparel international companies voice support for recent labour reform

14 international apparel brands sourcing or producing in Mexico sent a letter to the Ministry of Labour to support the recent labour reform and to express their expectation that its implementation will better protect freedom of association and...

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2 August 2017
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14 marcas de ropa y calzado cuya cadena de valor o producción está en México, enviaron una carta a la Secretaría del Trabajo y Previsión Social reconociendo el esfuerzo por la reforma en justicia laboral y reiterando su expectativa de que se respete...

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26 June 2017

Shoemakers urged to tackle abuse

Author: Taipei Times

Leading shoe and designer clothing labels, including Nike Inc and Puma AG, have made progress in tackling forced labor in their leather supply chains, but could do more to address the issue at tanneries and ranches providing hides, according to a...

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23 June 2017

Shoe brands urged to tackle forced labour at tanneries and ranches

Author: Reuters

Leading shoe and designer clothing labels including Nike and Puma have made progress in tackling forced labor in their leather supply chains but could do more to address the issue at tanneries and ranches providing hides, according to a study. The...

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22 June 2017

KnowTheChain case study: How are footwear companies and luxury clothing brands tackling forced labour risks in their leather supply chains?

This case study assesses how a sample of five footwear companies and five luxury clothing brands address forced labour risks across their leather supply chains....

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6 June 2017

#whomademyclothes: Transparency poor in garment supply chain, study finds

Author: Rebecca Ley, Ethical Corporation

"#whomademyclothes: Transparency poor in garment supply chain, study finds"...

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