Garment sector

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acrobatpdfAnti Slavery International, 2012. Slavery on the high street Forced labour in the manufacture of garments for international brands.

 

acrobatpdfClean Clothes Campaign, 2014. Migrant Workers in Thailand’s Garment Factories.

 

acrobatpdfHuman Rights Watch, 2012. Toxic Tanneries: The Health Repercussions of Bangladesh’s Hazaribagh Leather.

 

acrobatpdfInternational Textile Garment & Leather Workers’ Federation, 2011. An Overview of Working Conditions in Sportswear Factories in Indonesia, Sri Lanka & the Philippines.

 

acrobatpdfMaquila Solidarity Network, 2013. The History behind the  Bangladesh Fire and Safety Accord.

 

acrobatpdfNYU Stern Centre for Business and Human Rights, 2015. Closing Governance Gaps in Bangladesh’s Garment Industry – The Power and Limitations of Private Governance Schemes.

 

acrobatpdfNYU Stern Centre for Business and Human Rights, 2014. Business as Usual is Not an Option: Supply Chains and Sourcing after Rana Plaza.

 

acrobatpdfSOMO, 2014. Flawed Fabrics The abuse of girls and women workers in the South Indian textile industry.

 

acrobatpdfSOMO, 2013. Fatal Fashion: Analysis of recent factory fires in Pakistan and Bangladesh: a call to protect and respect garment workers’ lives.

 

acrobatpdfThe Freedom Fund, 2015. Addressing Modern Slavery in Tamil Nadu Textile Industry – Feasibility Study Report.

 

acrobatpdfUrmila Bhoola, 2015. Report of the Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of slavery, including its causes and consequences.

 

acrobatpdfVerité, 2010. Indian Workers in Domestic Textile Production and Middle East-Based Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Construction.