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Published on Thursday, 01 October 2009

CCC announces international living wage action week

Written by Stacey Dove

A living wage is a human right, but for most workers in the garment industry this is a right denied.

Clean Clothes Campaign across Europe and partners in other parts of the world take action to demand that retailers make a commitment to ensure workers are paid a living wage. Activists in 12 European countries participated in events to support demands that retailers pay garment workers in their supply chains a living wage. Activities ranged from leafleting actions and public debates to visiting corporate headquarters and hosting film screenings to draw attention to the urgent need for a living wage for garment workers.


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