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Headquarters in Germany
Triumph International website: www.triumph.com
Ukraine, Serbia & Hungary: Report by Clean Clothes Campaign details poverty wages & poor working conditions in garment factories producing for global brands; incl. co responses
The report "Europe's Sweatshops" published by Clean Clothes Campaign documents poverty wages and poor working conditions in the garment and shoe industry throughout Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. The report is presented together with new country...
- This is a non response from the following companies: Triumph International
Author: Salil Tripathi, Institute for Human Rights and Business [UK]
The results of Sunday’s historic elections in Myanmar...may convince the European Union to lift sanctions...The challenges...[investors] will face in making sure their investments are...based on internationally accepted principles, are many...The ...
Author: Alliance Sud
More than 50 Swiss organizations launched a campaign for Corporate Justice in early November. They are calling on the government and parliament for binding rules to ensure that companies headquartered in Switzerland observe human rights and...
Author: Erklärung von Bern, Recht ohne Grenzen, Brot für alle, Greenpeace
In dieser Dokumentation fassen wir die wichtigsten Ergebnisse der Arbeit des Uno-Sonderbeauftragten zusammen. Wir arbeiten seine Kernforderungen an Unternehmen, aber auch an Staaten heraus, Letzteren kommt auch beim Thema "Unternehmen und...
[PDF] Assessing the contribution of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises to responsible business conduct
Author: Joris Oldenziel (SOMO), Joseph Wilde-Ramsing (SOMO) & Patricia Feeney (RAID)
This report assesses the contribution of the OECD Guidelines to responsible business conduct, sustainable development, and the resolution and reduction of conflicts between companies and communities regarding social issues, environmental concerns, and...
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Author: Triumph International
We are concerned about the way in which Clean Clothes Campaign has disseminated ill founded assertions about Triumph International. It is true that Triumph regrettably has to close down its factories in the Philippines and downsize one factory in...
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- This is a response from the following companies: Triumph International
Author: Clean Clothes Campaign
The German/Swiss lingerie multinational Triumph seems to use the pretext of the global economic recession to close down factories in the Philippines and Thailand…It is clear, however, that Triumph's actions are aimed at hampering the unions in their...
- Related stories: Philippines, Thailand: Clean Clothes Campaign says Triumph is attempting to "get rid of" unions through factory dismissals
- Related in-depth areas: Apparel & textile Dismissals Harassment & intimidation Interference with right to form trade unions Interference with right to strike Labour - an introduction Thailand
- Related companies: Triumph International