The Guardian | By Rose Aguilar | May 08, 2015
Guardian: According to the IGLHR’s report, Nike symbolizes the destructive impacts of trade deals like the TPP. Those $100-$200 Nike shoes you see in stores carry a declared customs value of $5.27 per pair.
Yahoo Politics | By Dylan Stableford | May 08, 2015
Senator Bernie Sanders cites the Institute's report on Vietnam and Trans-Pacific Partnership as he urges President Obama "Just Don't Do It" regarding his visit to Nike headquarters to promote the TPP.
Politico | By Doug Palmer | May 08, 2015
"President’s choice of Nike for pro-trade speech stirs controversy on eve of ‘fast-track’ vote."
Huffington Post | By Dave Jamieson | May 08, 2015
According to Huffington Post, "Obama's scheduled visit to #Nike has trade deal skeptics scratching their heads."
Just Style | By Michelle Russell | April 29, 2015
Sporting giant Nike has been slammed by a human rights organisation for lacking "guts and moral" when it comes to sourcing in Vietnam. The damning report by the Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights, likens Nike to "the canary in the coal mine"...
HBO Last Week Tonight with John Oliver | May 01, 2015
On April 26, HBO Last Week Tonight with John Oliver aired a terrific segment on fashion brands profiteering from sweatshop production, using Institute cases as examples.
MSNBC The Ed Show | March 13, 2015
Nike encourages employees to support the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement. See what Charles Kernaghan and Rep. Jan Schakowsky say about it.
National Catholic Reporter | By Tony Magliano | January 05, 2015
Please email and call (Capitol switchboard: 202-224-3121) your two U.S. senators and House representative and urge them to reintroduce and actively support the "Decent Working Conditions and Fair Competition Act."
Huffington Post | By Dave Jamieson | December 23, 2014
Apple's spokesperson told Huffington Post that Apple put Zhen Ding on probation earlier this year after discovering it had doctored payroll records to hide excessive overtime.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | By Moriah Balingit | September 01, 2014
From the 2010 factory fire at That’s It Sportswear to the Institute's 2013 report about Next Collections, workers employed by the largest garment producer in Bangladesh are still struggling.
The AFL-CIO, USW union and scores of labor activists, community, fair trade, environmental and women’s rights groups are going all out to block the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. Call this hotline to connect to your Senator: 1-855-790-8815
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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Garment workers in Bangladesh fight back and win. The Institute initiates turnaround in major apparel producers.
Chinese teenagers toil excessive hours for poverty wages as they manufacture the Microsoft peripherals we use.