9 July 2013, Hong Kong Guangdong province in China is home of approximately half of the world’s denim production supplying garment for popular high street brands like Lee, Levi’s, H&M, Hollister, Wrangler, American Eagle, etc. The recent fashion trend of distressed jeans has however resulted in the [...]
[Statement] iSlave 6 : Harsher than Harsher! Still Made in Sweatshops! 19th September, 2014, Hong Kong Today (19th September) is the official launch day of the pre-reserved iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus which are remarkably configured with bigger size of touch screen. Although some customers may be impressed by the new product, SACOM discloses [...]
[Press Release] Solidarity action to support striker in Shenzhen Artigas Clothing & Leatherwear Co. Ltd
[Press Release] Solidarity action to support striker in Shenzhen Artigas Clothing & Leatherwear Co. Ltd 17th December, 2014 Today (17th December, 2014), 20 representatives from Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (SACOM), Globalization Monitor (GM), Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Union (HKCTU), CUHK Employees General Union, Citybus Limited Employees Union, Union of Hong Kong [...]
11th September, 2014 [STATEMENT] Clarification on report: “The Human Cost of High-end Jeans” Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (SACOM) has been informed by Super Glory Corporation Ltd (hereafter Super Glory) on 10th September that SACOM has mistakenly written that Super Glory is the owner of one of the investigated factories in Dongguang City [...]
[Statement] Demand American Eagle, Hollister, Levi’s, GAP, Wal-mart, H&M to improve working conditions and stop sandblasting now!
5 September 2014, Hong Kong Last year, a joint report entitled Breathless for Blue Jeans: Health Hazards in China’s denim factories by SACOM, ITUC/GUF Hong Kong Liaison Office (IHLO), War on Want and Clean Clothes Campaign found workers lack the occupational health and safety protection and their working condition remain exploitative and the deadly sandblasting [...]
Hong Kong, 16 August 2014 On 13 August 2014, Apple announced the ban on benzene and n-hexane in the final assembly facilities of its iPhone and iPad products, a response to SACOM and other labour concern groups’ long-term campaign for a better working condition in Apple supply chain. Regrettably, it is a too-late commitment and [...]