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The Asia Floor Wage Alliance (AFWA) was founded in 2007 as an Asian labour-led global labour and social alliance across garment producing countries (such as Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) and consumer regions (USA and Europe) for addressing poverty level wages, gender discrimination, and freedom of association in global garment production networks.

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Around 187 textile workers in Bangladesh have been diagnosed with Covid-19 since the factories reopened on April 26. However, unions believe the numbers could be higher - and the low rates could be due to low testing.

There is no role for the Union this is a matter btwn management and workers says the HR head of Arvind AFTER throwing workers to fend for themselves without wages for 2 months. Does Arvind Ltd respect the Constitution of India and the fundamental right to Freedom of Association?

Arvind Ltd workers have been stitching for @hm @LEVIS @Gap @TommyHilfiger @OldNavy earning the bare minimum wage enough to live on margins of poverty. Post COVID19 workers have been disposed off just in time before having to pay lockdown wages #DisposableGarmentWorkersofArvindLtd


What’s happening in Arvind Limited? Around 150 workers have been kicked out and in the process of being replaced to avoid paying lockdown wages and mandatory social security benefits to the workers.

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