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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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Clean Clothes Jan 3
There's a good chance that your wardrobe contains an piece or two (or twenty). There's every chance that it was made by a worker who lives in poverty. Join the 140,000+ people who demand a for workers who make clothes!
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Union League May 22
: Direct action wins demands! protests demanded locally sourced clothing from & community members shut down stores after racist ads, was forced to respect their demands! Now what about ??
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Céline Astruc Sep 28
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COSH Network Sep 28
reports workers suffer from malnutrition - and worse. Sign the petition to demand H&M pay a living wage.
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FSWIR Dec 11
Why women workers are protesting against H&M. Tldr; living wages. via
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NinavZena May 11
How long is going to keep stringing along workers and consumers with their promises? Add your voice to and the tens of thousands demanding a for the people making our clothes. - so overdue!
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Textile Consult Sep 27
Five years after H&M's living wage promise, research shows that workers making H&M clothes are still working for poverty wages. Read more here and sign the petition to demand a ! Petition:
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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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Pekka Ristelä Sep 27
Good work from the network. The way produces clothes must change.
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monsters in your closet Jan 1
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Annick Verween Sep 24
We all ♥️their clothes, but do you know that still fails on fair working conditions? Say and SIGN now
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HumanThreadCampaign Sep 25
“You enter the factory at 8 in the morning, but you never know when you will be able to leave.” This is the reality of making clothes.
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David Hachfeld Dec 18
Recommended blog post by if you want to understand the debate about commitment and campaign 👇
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Enrique García Jan 13
Recuerda a su compromiso de pagar un a las personas que forman parte de su cadena de suministro . ¡Firma ahora para que se comprometan!
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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 Jan 5
After the passing of H&M's self-imposed deadline to pay a living wage workers and activists in Bangladesh are wondering: what has happened to H&M's promise?
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Clean Clothes Jan 1
That's it! 2018 has gone by, and with it 's self-imposed deadline to pay 850,000 workers a living wage, so is kicking off the new year as a full-fledged promise breaker. Learn more and take action:
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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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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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