Standing With Migrant Workers at the Sports Direct Annual Meeting

7 September 2016 - 6:00pm
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War on Want attended Sports Direct annual shareholder meeting [AGM] and open day. 

Please click through the photos and read the descriptions (by clicking on the dots below) to find out what happened:

Standing With Migrant Workers At Sports Direct's AGM

 

NB to read the full description you have to click on the dots on each photo.

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You can read our media response  here:

You can read more about War on Want’s Stand With Migrant Workers campaign and our work to support Unite-the Union’s #SportsDirectShame campaign here

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