UNIQLO: Take responsibility for the workers

The fashion giant UNIQLO has caved to our demands twice, and we need to make them do it again. UNIQLO leaves behind a trail of serious labour violations wherever they go and this time, the workers who made their clothes in Indonesia are suffering.

The PT Jaba Garmindo factory in Indonesia closed down and around 4000 people found themselves unemployed and broke, with four months of wages and severance payments owing. Support the garment workers fighting for what is owed to them and take action!

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