Since our founding in 2005, Students and Scholars against Corporate Misbehaviour (SACOM) has been concerned about the labour conditions of Disney’s supplier factories in China. Our [...]
Media giant Walt Disney has been forced to hire a team of external auditors to investigate fresh claims that its contractors have been operating “sweatshop” conditions in factories making children’s books in China.
Disney said it had hired not-for-profit group Verité to investigate the allegations, levelled through the National Labor Committee, the American human rights lobby group,
Last night, the committee published a report by the Hong Kong-based Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior, a new group dedicated to protecting the rights of Chinese workers.
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Yesterday, August 18, in a unique international solidarity effort, simultaneous press conferences held in Hong Kong and New York City reached Disney loud and clear with 125 press hits and counting as of 2:00 p.m. Take Action! Write to Disney: Tell them to respect worker’s rights in China.
SACOM–Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior–along with ten of Hong Kong’s leading human, women’s, religious and labor rights organizations and the National Labor Committee have joined forces to demand that Disney: disclose the names and addresses of the factories they use [...]
NEW YORK (CNN) – The National Labor Committee, an anti-sweatshop advocacy group that once exposed labor abuses in apparel produced for Kathie Lee Gifford’s clothing line, made new charges Thursday against The Walt Disney Company, releasing a videotape alleging that two Chinese factories making books for Disney operate under unsafe conditions.
At a press conference, Charles Kernaghan, director of the NLC, released an 11-minute videotape in which workers — their faces hidden — in the Hung Hing and Nord Race factories say they have been injured by unsafe equipment and show their bandaged [...]