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Workers having lunch near a factory. Their wages are so low, many suffer from malnutrition. © Martin De Wals

Swooning over fashion?

The Clean Clothes Campaign started a Europe-wide campaign called No More Excuses to demand companies pay sweatshop workers in Cambodia enough to lift them out of poverty. Campaigners in 11 European countries will work together to call on popular brands to pay a living wage to workers.

  
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Deadly denim under your Christmas tree?

 

Did you get some nice new jeans for Christmas? Unfortunately, they may have been produced with sandblasting, a deadly manufacturing method which has caused thousands of cases of silicosis among the workers. A new report from Sweden shows a ban is not enforced.

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Conscious? Not really...

As H&M launch their latest 'conscious' collection, the Clean Clothes Campaign hits back with its own spoof campaign highlighting the plight of thousands of garment workers suffering from malnutrition who work in factories supplying H&M, amongst others.

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False Promises - Migrant Workers in the Global Garment Industry

Hundreds of thousands of migrant workers are employed throughout garment and textile supply chains across Asia, Europe, North and South America and Africa.

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Archive site!

This is the archive of the old Clean Clothes Campaign website, to allow people to locate some specific, and really old content.

It won't be updated anymore, and hasn't been updated since april 2013.

Our current website at www.cleanclothes.org has all up-to-date resources available, so please go there for current information.

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