Urgent Action: Support over 300 Cambodian workers fired for striking for living wage

Please visit the CCC website to take action and write to the brands implicated within to demand that the workers are allowed to return to work immediately, with compensation paid for the time they have been without work.


Labour rights groups: “Failure of brands, government and manufacturers to take preventive action condemns more workers to die”.

At least 28 more Bangladeshi garment workers have died and dozens more have been injured after a fire broke out today on the 9th and 10th floors of the “That's It Sportswear Ltd” factory located 16 miles from
the capital Dhaka. Several workers appeared to have suffocated, while others jumped to their deaths trying to escape the burning building or were trampled by their colleagues as they rushed towards the exits.

Support Striking US GAP Drivers at Oak Harbor

Workers at Oak Harbor Freight Lines in Oregon, Washington and Idaho, who deliver for GAP, went on strike more than a month ago and the response of the company has been brutal.

They've employed scabs, cut off health care to retirees, and bullied and intimidated striking workers.

"Child sweatshop shame threatens Gap's ethical image"

An Observer investigation into children making clothes has shocked the retail giant and may cause it to withdraw apparel ordered for Christmas

Gap pulls 'child labour' clothing

Gap: caught out again...

Indian Gap supplier: another death

Third death in a year at Indian factory that supplies Gap
· Clothing firm tells supplier to investigate conditions
· Worker verbally abused for leave request, union says

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