5 ways to combat adidas this week
24 Jul 2012
Join these actions and events to make adidas pay
Over a year ago, PT Kizone, a factory in Indonesia, was shut down when its owner fled the country. The factory owed its workers more than $3.4 million in redundancy money. Every other company that used the factory paid up - except adidas, who have left a gaping hole of $1.8 million in the pockets of Indonesian workers.
People & Planet are part of an international coalition to make adidas pay. This week, check out any of these 5 ways to force adidas to pay the Indonesian workers*.
Sign our letter to adidas. Let them know we won’t let them get away with it.
On Thursday 26 July, a free international meeting against the corporate Olympics, held at the Feminist Library in London, will bring together international campaigners to talk about taking on the Olympics. Starts at 7pm.
Come to the Alternative Olympics Opening Ceremony, organised by the Playfair Coalition. It’ll be at Rich Mix in London on Friday 27 July at 7pm. Tickets cost £10.
There is a protest against the Corporate Olympics on Saturday 28 July at Mile End Park in East London, starting at midday.
*While we do not officially endorse any of these events, we hope you’ll find something that takes your interest.