Sweatshop Free

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Sweatshop Free is part of a movement of people across the world, who are coming together to win workers’ rights for sweatshop labourers. Our campaign brings together students and workers in a coalition capable of challenging the root causes of unacceptable working conditions.

Fair Trade Fortnight

2017 has been off to an amazing start for the Sweatshop Free campaign, with every University and College in Scotland joining Electronics Watch, an independent labour monitoring organisation that works to ensure the ICT purchased by universities and other public sector bodies is produced in fair conditions. That’s built on the 9 universities from England and Wales that have were already members.

April 2013

Victory for workers: adidas agree to 'pay up'

Photo of PT Kizone worker protest

Adidas agreed to pay their former workers $1.8 million in legally-owed redundancy pay after a two-year campaign.