Three international organisations launch the countdown to the second anniversary. Brands are called upon to fill the gap before April 24 2015. With one month to go before the second anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster the three organisations negotiating compensation for its victims are today jointly launching a “countdown campaign” to remind consumers, governments and the brands that almost two years on from the garment industry's deadliest disaster justice has still not been done for the thousands of worker killed and injured.
Campaigners around Europe tell Hugo Boss to stop the labour violations in factories in Turkey and Croatia. Most workers earn below the poverty line. Union busting, intimidation, sexual harassment and a lack of overtime regulation are not uncommon on the work floor. Join the actions!
We need US$177!
Join the Cambodian garment workers in their call for US$177 a month. Sign the petition calling on brands to pay US$177 as a key step towards a living wage in Cambodia.
Clean Clothes Campaign marks Milan Fashion Week, which opens today, with actions across Europe calling on Benetton to stop delaying payments to the Rana Plaza victims by immediately contributing at least $5 million into the Rana Plaza Donors Trust Fund.
Nearly 30 demonstrators, including a survivor of the Rana Plaza building collapse, were arrested on 12 march 2015 after organizing a peaceful protest at Children's Place headquarters in New Jersey.
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