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Clean Clothes Feb 25
Nine out of 10 of workers interviewed in Bangladesh cannot afford enough food. They regularly skip meals or get into debt. Garment brands are responsible for this. They could lift workers out of poverty if they wanted to.
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Peter Hicks Sep 24
I want workers behind clothes to be paid a living wage – as promised they would be by 2018!
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Erika Aug 11
Hey, , you committed to making sure that workers are paid a by 2018. Where are you now? You have the power to make the world a fairer place! Make it happen, ! Respect your commitment!
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Autumn Hill Dec 2
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Stephanie Moram Aug 3
I want for workers in supply chain! - Stop turning your back on the living wage commitment! :(
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monsters in your closet Jan 1
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Elena Nov 28
You print „empower women“ on t-Shirts, yet you don’t empower any of your workers. You have the means to provide a basis for it. Stay true to your words!
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Clean Clothes Feb 18
Shareholders could use their influence to improve workers' lives with a , but report shows that investors have not held accountable for its failure to deliver a by 2018.
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Equal Times Feb 28
BLOG | We’ll tell you what we want, what we really, really want: freedom, safety and a living wage for garment workers
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Labor Rights Forum Nov 30
Thank you to all the participants of our global action week to – so many people were in the streets and even more signed the petition showing that we all want a for workers in your supply chain, !
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Paulina Poli Palian Feb 25
Shame on us for letting this happen: Nine out of 10 of workers interviewed in Bangladesh cannot afford enough food. Think ! Reuse, remake, recycle!
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Rob Bryher Nov 24
I went and put these in 's clothing in Bristol earlier. They still aren't paying 850,000 workers a living wage, 5 years after promising to.
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Labor Rights Forum Nov 29
Enough is enough! 130,000+ people are demanding pay living wages & ensure fair employment conditions in its supply chain WITHOUT DELAY!
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Bruno DECEUKELIER Oct 12
Garment workers in Bangladesh still don't earn enough to live on. , you committed to making sure that workers are paid a by 2018. Make it happen,
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Labor Rights Forum Jan 24
Beyond the UK, at least one more major brand fits this headline: . The factory where found workers coping with inhumane working conditions for poverty wages is on 's list of suppliers.
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WeMove.EU Jan 8
. committed to paying to workers in their supply chain by 2018. It's 2019 and they still haven't delivered. Enough is enough. Say and SIGN now!
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Clean Clothes Nov 29
. was hailed as a trailblazer when it announced its goals back in 2013. Now it's trying to cover up one of them altogether, which is why we keep repeating: promised 850,000 workers a living wage by 2018.
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Clean Clothes Nov 29
This Santa was telling shoppers in Germany that won't get any gifts this year because of the broken promise.
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Labor Rights Forum Nov 28
The global week of action continues at the in downtown Washington DC! We're in the streets making sure the company keeps its promise to pay garment workers a !
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Musri Kasbi Nov 28
H&M Get Big Profits, Its Laborers Get Paid Cheaply.
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