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14 February 2020
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Author: Latin American Post

“Latinoamérica 2020: mercado laboral e inteligencia artificial”, 14 de febrero de 2020...

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14 February 2020

Cambodia: Govt. considers contributing financial support to about 7,000 workers facing job suspensions due to a shortage of raw material supply

Author: Mesa Sun, Khmer Times

"Workers offered money over material shortage", 14 February 2020...

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14 February 2020

Colombia: Large informal sector fuels violations of labour rights for many workers

Author: The Bogota Post (Colombia)

“State of the nation: Hard labour”, 13th February 2020...

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14 February 2020

Latin America: Concerns raised about the increase in labour informality due to technological advances and Artificial Intelligence

Author: Latin American Post

“Latin America 2020: labor market and AI”, 14th February 2020...

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12 February 2020

Bangladesh: Factories linked to intl. clothing brands file lawsuits against workers demonstrating for higher wages

Author: International Labor Rights Forum

In December 2018, a new minimum wage of 8,000Tk (US$95) a month for Bangladesh’s garment workers went into effect. In protest of the sub-poverty wage – which is half the amount the labor movement had demanded – workers at dozens of factories took the...

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12 February 2020

India: Seven workers killed in fire at denim factory supplying to major intl. brands; Includes company comments

At least seven workers have been killed in a factory fire at Nandan Denim - India's largest denim supplier - which began on 8 February 2020. Police investigators said the factory had violated multiple regulations and the owner, a manager and a fire...

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10 February 2020
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Author: EFE

“La Justicia brasileña dice que un chófer de Uber no es empleado de la empresa” – 5 de febrero de 2020...

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10 February 2020

Cambodia: 1,000 garment workers strike over unpaid wages & benefits at factories producing for intl. brands; Includes company responses

In January 2020, nearly 1,000 garment workers in Kandal province, Cambodia, went on strike over unpaid wages and benefits at sister factories Dignity Knitter Ltd. and Eco Base. According to local reports, workers are owed wages since mid-December and...

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Company response
10 February 2020

Debenhams' response

Author: Debenhams

... [W]e were made aware by Better Factories Cambodia (BFC) that approximately 877 workers at Dignity Knitter Limited factory went on strike from the 17 January to 20 January 2020, due to December wages not being paid. Once notified we worked in...

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9 February 2020

C&A's response

Author: C&A

... Dignity Knitter is not our supplier since September 2019... ...

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  • This is a response from the following companies: C&A