CBS Evening News | By Holly Williams | May 22, 2013
In May, CBS Evening News went undercover at the Monde Apparels factory outside of Dhaka, where 1,400 workers, mostly young women -- including dozens of 12 and 13-year-olds -- were sewing a million boxer shorts for Wal-Mart, shirts for Wrangler and jackets
Smart Company | By ANNIE DELANEY AND ROSARIA BURCHIELLI | May 21, 2013
It's been almost a month since the collapse of the Rana Plaza garment factory in Bangladesh, resulting in the deaths of 1100 garment workers.
Radio Australia | May 14, 2013
As the search for survivors in Bangladesh's collapsed garment factory ends, there is some good news, with the government agreeing to allow workers to form unions without permission from factory owners.
The Collegian | By Logan Falletti | May 03, 2013
H&M, while popular in the United States, is actually the biggest importer of textiles from Bangladesh - the country with the lowest minimum wage for garment workers in the world, according to the Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights. Reports ...
Write to Disney, Hasbro, Mattel and other multinational companies producing children's toys under harsh sweatshop conditions.
Bangladesh’s shipbreaking workers need our help and support. Please sign this letter, which will be delivered to United States Trade Representative Michael Froman.
Some 1,800 Chinese workers in the Dongguan Zhenyang Wanju factory in Guangdong produce toys for Disney, Mattel, Hasbro and other international brands under harsh conditions, stripped of their rights, their dignity, their voice and basic justice.
Shipbreaking workers in Bangladesh toil 12-hours a day at one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. They are consistently injured and killed on the job because of a lack of safety equipment, job training, and legal rights.
Nike is truly the canary in the coal mine, pointing us to what unfettered “free trade” looks like, and what the world will look like under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
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