Resource

This Way to Dystopia: Exposing UNIQLO’s Abuse of Chinese Garment Workers

October 2016

The report exposes the hypocrisy of UNIQLO’s commitment to ‘corporate social responsibility’ and ‘making the world a better place’. A series of undercover investigations by War on Want partner, Students and Scholars against Corporate Misbehaviour (SACOM), showed excessive overtime, low pay, dangerous working conditions and oppressive management to be rife in UNIQLO’s supplier factories in China.

Wow_This Way to Dystopia_Oct2016

Latest news

Brexit begins: What will it mean for Economic Justice?

30 March 2017 - 11:30am

Article 50 has been triggered and the countdown to Brexit has begun. Formal negotiations on how the UK will leave the European Union will now start. The implications are wide-ranging, and there are many unknowns, not least in terms of how far the UK’s future economy will serve economic justice. War on Want's Owen Espley reflects on the key issues at the heart of the UK’s future.

Read more

Brexit begins: War on Want’s fight for justice and human rights continues

29 March 2017 - 12:45pm

War on Want has always stood for human rights, internationalism, justice and solidarity. Now, with the starting gun fired on Brexit talks, we must be ready to fight for these values.

Read more

Join the conversation

El Salvador bans metal mining nationwide due to concerns over damaging environmental impact #waterjusticehttps://t.co/A7IKb3sx2O 1 hour 46 min ago
On Yom el Ard (Land Day), Palestinian students & allies in the UK assert their right to protest. #DontPunishProtesthttps://t.co/bfgKqLJsWA 12 hours 40 min ago
Support the rights of students to campaign for justice and protest human rights abuse! #DontPunishProtest #BDShttps://t.co/BFv6ne1XbE 17 hours 40 min ago