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False Promises - Migrant Workers in the Global Garment Industry
Thursday, 09 February 2012 14:38

false promises

Hundreds of thousands of migrant workers are employed throughout garment and textile supply chains across Asia, Europe, North and South America and Africa. They are subject to much of the same abuses as local workers. However, these abuses are compounded by the specific context in which migrant workers are employed.

This summary of the Clean Clothes Campaign report False Promises gives an overview of the issues migrant workers are facing, existing strategies  for organising and supporting migrant workers, and the most prevalent industry responses. It ends with a list of recommendations for companies, governments and civil society. 

(View on Google Docs, you can download and print from there as well)



 
 
 

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