Send an email to Nike and Matalan, former suppliers of the now closed Ramatex factory Violet Apparel.
Every voice counts!
Info: Workers have been fighting since July 2020 for the $1.4 million unpaid compensation and damages they are entitled to under Cambodian law. Nike told the WRC that they hadn't produced clothes at Violet Apparel since 2006, but photos from inside the factory from 2019 show the workers producing Nike products.
Tweet Uniqlo who owe women workers $5.5 million.
Read workers' open letter to the Chairman of Uniqlo and the CEO of s.Oliver.
Watch our short film to hear Uniqlo worker Murni's story.
Info: Uniqlo have not responded to calls to pay 2000 women from the Jaba Garmindo factory the $5.5 million they are owed in severance since 2015. Visit our campaign page for worker stories.
Send an email to brands like Levi's and IKEA who haven't shown they care about workers' lives by signing the Accord.
Check the brand tracker to find out if your favourite brand has signed - If not, call them out on their social media!
Info: The new International Accord continues and expands on the important work of the Bangladesh Accord, making factories safe for workers. Find out more in our Q&A and take a look at our factory incidents timeline to find out why the Accord is needed beyond Bangladesh.
Sign the petition calling on brands to commit to a binding agreement on severance, wages and union rights.
Tweet Nike to pay Ramatex factory workers in Cambodia.
Creative action ideas to call on brands to pay workers what they're owed!
EU pannel discussion: May 10th, 17:00 - 18:00 (CET) - European Parliament, Brussels
Tell Urban Ofitters to #EndUghurForcedLabour
Take action against brands.
Help us get 1 million signatures demanding a living wage for the people who make our clothes!
Follow Good clothes fair pay for updates.
Info: Good Clothes, Fair Pay is a campaign demanding living wage legislation across the garment, textile and footwear sector. We need 1 million signatures from EU citizens to push for legislation that requires companies to conduct living wage due diligence in their supply chains.
Info: The Brilliant Alliance Thai Global factory closed in March 2021, leaving 1,388 unionized garment workers, who sewed lingerie for Victoria’s Secret, Torrid, and Lane Bryant, without their jobs. The Thai governement ordered Victoria's Secret to #PayUp as they have violated Thai labour law.
Brands must pay a #EuropeFloorWage
Earning a living wage is a human right but garment workers in Europe struggle to make ends meet on their current wages.
We developed a benchmark for living wages in European countries that reflects the reality of garment production in Europe.
Visit wageforward.org for more information on poverty wages in the garment industry.