Rana Plaza was a large eight-story building in Savar, Bangladesh, that housed five garment factories, employing approximately 5,400 people and producing apparel for several well-known brands including The Children’s Place, Benetton, Walmart,...more
Walmart: End Deathtraps & Pay Up
Join us in urging Walmart – the largest retailer in the world – to immediately pay full and fair compensation to the victims of the Rana Plaza building collapse and the Tazreen fire: to the children who were orphaned, to the injured workers, and...more
Benetton: Pay Up!
Benetton has been caught again. Investigative journalists in Italy found that Benetton had failed to meet its obligations under the Accord, after two factories supplying Benetton failed to appear on the factory list for the Bangladesh. A review...more
"Pay Up" Global Day of Action
Join workers and consumers around the world in a day of action on Thursday, April 24, 2014, to stand in solidarity with garment workers in Bangladesh. Take action at...
Daewoo: Stop supporting slavery in Uzbekistan!
Daewoo International Corporation is unabashedly profiting from forced labor in Uzbekistan, where the government mobilizes more than a million men, women and children each year to harvest cotton. Eleven people died in the latest harvest, including...more