Tuesday 22 May 2012
The region’s first Freedom of Association Protocol is showing promising signs for factory workers in Indonesia, several Indonesian union leaders report.
Adopted in June last year, the Freedom of Association Protocol was the product of an 18-month negotiation process between Indonesian unions, factory management and international brands, including Nike and Adidas. The protocol has now been signed by 6 major sportswear brands, together with a number of manufacturers and leading Indonesian unions.
Friday 27 July 2012
Light the Flame for workers’ rights! The Olympic games commence today and Play Fair is calling on activists to light the flame for workers’ rights. Over 3,000 sportswear and Internat…
Monday 07 May 2012
Workers making Olympic sportswear for London 2012 for top brands and high street names including adidas and Next are being paid poverty wages, forced to work excessive overtime and threatened with i…