Students and Scholars
Against
Corporate Misbehaviour

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South China Morning Post: Uniqlo’s Hong Kong-listed suppliers ‘putting workers lives in danger’

Uniqlo’s Hong Kong-listed suppliers ‘putting workers lives in danger’

Firms manufacturing products for Japanese fashion brand accused of substandard working conditions and endangering employees’ health

PUBLISHED : Monday, 12 January, 2015, 4:49am
UPDATED : Monday, 12 January, 2015, 9:42am

Danny Lee danny.lee@scmp.com

 

[Statement] Clean Clothes from UNIQLO now! UNIQLO should improve the working conditions of the suppliers in China immediately!

[Statement] Clean Clothes from UNIQLO now! UNIQLO should improve the working conditions of the suppliers in China immediately! 

Today, we are at the UNIQLO store in Festival Walk to launch our latest investigative report on the working conditions of UNIQLO’s suppliers in China, and to protest against UNIQLO for its failure to closely monitor the suppliers closely, thus harming the labour rights of Chinese garment workers. From July to November in 2014, with the support of Tokyo-based international organization Human Rights Now (HRN) and local labour organization Labour Action China (LAC), SACOM investigated two suppliers of UNIQLO in China, namely Pacific Textiles Ltd (1382.HK) (hereafter Pacific) and Dongguan Luen Thai Garment Co. [...]

OPEN LETTER TO UNIQLO and G2000

OPEN LETTER TO UNIQLO and G2000

Urge for actively shouldering corporate social responsibility

Respect workers’ rights and dignity

 24 December 2014

On 17 December 2014, Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (SACOM) initiated a solidarity action in front of the store of G2000 and UNIQLO in Festival Walk to support the strikers in the Shenzhen Artigas Clothing & Leatherware factory, together with representatives from other groups care about the well-being of Chinese workers, such as Globalization Monitor (GM), Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Union (HKCTU), Hong Kong Liaison Office of the International Trade Union Confederation (IHLO). We protested [...]

[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 Dockers, Clothing Industry, Clerical and Retail Trade Employees General Union and Hong Kong liaison office of the International Trade Union Confederation initiated a solidarity action in front of the store of G2000 and UNIQLO in Festival Walk to support the strikers in the [...]

[Statement] iSlave 6 : Harsher than Harsher! Still Made in Sweatshops!

[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 the unacceptable slavery working condition in Pegatron Corporation, which is one of the key Apple’s suppliers producing about 50% of iPhone 6.

According to our newly investigative report entitled “The Lives of Apple’s iSlave in its Pegatron Sweatshops in China”, the dark side of Apple’s success and its failure to closely monitor suppliers’ corporate behavior have been [...]