UNIQLO bowed to pressure and we need to make them do it again! 

Last year thousands of you stood with garment workers and demanded that UNIQLO release their factory list and ensure that workers in Cambodia who had been sacked for trying to improve factory conditions were given their jobs back. And it worked! Those workers have seen justice and we have now have access to their factory list.

But UNIQLO’s track record of upping and moving when things don’t go their way continues, and workers are suffering - this time in Indonesia. 

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The PT Jaba Garmindo factory in Indonesia closed down and around 4,000 people found themselves without a job, with four months of wages unpaid and severance payments amounting to nearly $11 million. Many are now homeless and unemployed, unable to support their families and in a desperate situation.

UNIQLO are trying to avoid responsibility by saying that they stopped production at the factory a few months before they closed. 

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But the factory had serious labour violations during the time of UNIQLO’s production and the severance which should have been accrued during UNIQLO’s production is part of what has been denied to workers, many of whom are too old to find new jobs.

UNIQLO’s billionaire CEO Tadashi Yanai is the richest man in Japan. Yet UNIQLO have once again refused to take responsibility for the very workers who drive their profit. First China, then Cambodia, and now workers in Indonesia. UNIQLO must stop leaving a trail of rights abuses wherever they make their clothes.

UNIQLO care what you think and notice when you take action. Our campaigning so far shows that what you do makes a difference.

Demand that UNIQLO take responsibility for workers in their supply chain and support affected workers in Indonesia today. They have shifted position before and we can do this again. 

Tell UNIQLO to take responsibility for the workers who make them rich

 
 

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