WRC, Solidarity Center, and #PayYourWorkers persuaded Victoria’s Secret to finance payments to 1,260 workers at Brilliant Alliance factory; the owner of Staples and Lane Bryant refused to contribute.
Research shows unparalleled progress by Honduran garment workers after 2009 agreement between Fruit of the Loom and CGT Federation: 44% now have strong union contracts.
A year after the murder of a garment worker by her supervisor from an H&M supplier factory, labor rights groups have achieved a groundbreaking agreement with H&M to end gender-based violence and harassment at factories of a major Indian supplier.
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Today, as the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) comes into effect in the United States, the Coalition to End Forced Labour in the Uyghur Region urged US importers not to dump goods linked to the Uyghur Region into other markets and to not re-export tainted goods. Hundreds of companies have been publicly identified as having links to Uyghur forced labour….
Overview The WRC recently documented violations of worker rights at the Guatemalan garment factory JNB Global, also known as Sams and Rudia. Following our investigation, we shared findings and recommendations for remedial action with the factory and with its buyer, Target Corporation. The violations of worker rights at JNB Global occurred when the factory required…
More than 1,250 Thai workers who sewed bras for Victoria’s Secret, Lane Bryant, and Torrid—and who were fired in 2021 without their legally mandated severance—have received $8.3 million in compensation.
Workers at Two Guatemala Garment Factories Overcome a History of Violence and Vindicate Associational Rights
The WRC helped workers organizing unions at Guatemalan factories owned by Korean multinational SAE-A secure remedies for violence, death threats, and illegal firings.