Elena Urlaeva, head of the Human Rights Alliance of Uzbekistan and outspoken critic of forced and child labor in Uzbekistan’s cotton sector, was allowed to return home on March 24 after 23 days of involuntary confinement in a psychiatric clinic....more
UPDATE: Activist Elena Urlaeva Released!
End Persecution of Labor Activists
The minimum wage in Bangladesh's garment industry is equal to just US$67 a month. This wage has been fixed since 2013 and is not due to be reviewed for at least another year. Meanwhile the cost of living has increased dramatically: over 6% per...more
Chipotle: Stop abuses in your supply chain!
Chipotle claims to serve “Food with Integrity.” Yet Chipotle sources produce from Taylor Farms — the largest fresh-cut produce supplier in America — which has abused, threatened and endangered hundreds of mostly...more
World Bank and ILO: Hold Uzbekistan Accountable for Use of Forced Labor!
H&M: Make Factories Safe!
The Bangladeshi workers who sew H&M’s clothing continue to toil in extremely dangerous conditions, in many cases lacking the most urgent and lifesaving fire safety measures, according to our...more