Students and Scholars
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[Report] [Revised Edition 2016] Unveiling The Labour Rights Violations — The Second Investigative Report on UNIQLO’s Suppliers in China

The UNIQLO campaign aims at unveiling the poor labour conditions in China under the global fast fashion supply chain. It aspires to raise public awareness on the labour issues behind UNIQLO’s trendy clothes and urges the company to correct the labour rights violations, which SACOM has found in the latest investigation on its supplier factories.

In January 2015, Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehaviour (SACOM), Labour Action China (LAC), and a Tokyo-based international organization, Human Rights Now (HRN), jointly launched the first investigation into labour conditions at two of UNIQLO’s key suppliers in China: Pacific Textile Ltd (Pan Yu) and Dongguan Luen Thai Garment Co., Ltd. After the launch of SACOM’s first investigative [...]

UNIQLO and Labour Rights: In response to the Fast Retailing CSR Action – Six months after our fact-finding report on harsh working conditions within UNIQLO’s Chinese suppliers

August 21st, 2015
Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehaviour
Human Rights Now
abour Action China

In January 2015, Students & Scholars Against Misbehaviour (SACOM), in association with Human Rights Now (HRN), a Tokyo-based human rights organization, and Labour Action China (LAC), a Hong Kong-based labour organisation addressing labour rights in China, released an investigative report on the working conditions of some Chinese suppliers for UNIQLO. The report as well as press conferences held in Tokyo exposed harsh working condition as well as a series of labour rights violations in the investigated UNIQLO suppliers in China.

OPEN LETTER TO UNIQLO: Respect labour rights Cut & Run cannot help the workers!

OPEN LETTER TO UNIQLO

26th June, 2015

Respect labour rights

Cut & Run cannot help the workers!

Regarding the public statement released on 17th June by Fast Retailing[1], it claims that the company is looking into the reported strike in its supplier Artigas Clothing & Leatherware Factory (hereafter Artigas) and urges Lever Style, which manages Artigas, to have thorough discussion with the workers for a peaceful resolution. If the situation is not promptly solved, Fast retailing will re-assess the relationship with Lever Style such as [...]

[Joint Statement] Go Beyond a Short-term Improvement in UNIQLO’s suppliers

11 February 2015

[Joint Statement] Go Beyond a Short-term Improvement in UNIQLO’s suppliers 

Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehaviour (SACOM) and Human Rights Now (HRN), together with other Japan based CSOs, have organized a series of public events such as press conferences[1] and seminars[2] in Japan to raise public awareness of the issue of labour rights violation by UNIQLO’s [...]

[Open Letter] Not only not perfect: aware of wrongs, yet unwilling to change — An open letter from the iLabour Action Group to Foxconn Technology Group

iLabour Action Group (formerly The new generation migrant workers concern programme” research team) has released a statement to respond to the recent statement by Foxconn Technology Group to All-China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU) to excuse its labour rights violations. Below is the English translation of the statement.

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Not only not perfect: aware of wrongs, yet unwilling to change