ICTSI faces worker and landowner fight in PNG

ICTSI faces worker and landowner fight in PNG

There are concerns about how the entry of a large multinational into the PNG port sector will impact on workers, local communities and landowner groups. Questions remained unanswered.

    ESPRIT: END THE DOUBLE STANDARD IN YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN

    ESPRIT: END THE DOUBLE STANDARD IN YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN

    Esprit garments are manufactured in Madagascan factories. At the Port of Toamasina, dock workers work in unsafe and dangerous working conditions, and without minimum safety equipment, loading Esprit’s garments onto ships bound for Asia, Europe, and Australia.

    Levi's: End the double standard in your supply chain

    Levi's: End the double standard in your supply chain

    Levi’s are industry leaders in developing policies to improve workers’ rights in global supply chains. However, there is a hidden workforce who continue to labour in extremely dangerous and exploitative conditions to ensure that Levi’s jeans reach stores across globe.

    Poverty and intimidation in the gateway to Madagascar

    Poverty and intimidation in the gateway to Madagascar

    This report outlines the background to Madagascan dock workers case in their fight for an end to precarious, low-paid, and ongoing exploitation of workers and unacceptable safety standards at the Port of Toamasina.