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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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📌30 Nov: Global Day of Action for the #Philippines🇵🇭

📢The global union movement stands in solidarity with the people of Philippines! ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽
✅Health security & safety for workers
✅Public employment program



Jeff Bezos made so much off #COVID19 that he could have paid each of Amazon’s 876,000 employees a $105k bonus.

Instead, the only thing many Amazon workers got was #COVID19 😷

Don't support this. Don't buy anything from Amazon on this #CyberMonday


A baby was found dead in a dustbin in a toilet of Shahi Export Unit 28 in Bengaluru, India on Saturday, the 28th of November, according to our partner Garment Labour Union (GLU). 1/3

As #COVID19 spread, #Amazon made billions. But our new briefing shows how the online giant has sought to stop workers & unions from organising, including via legal injunctions, intrusive surveillance and disciplining workers who spoke out. A thread on @amnesty's findings (1/10)

ANNOUNCING: A new planetary movement to #MakeAmazonPay.

This Black Friday, the @ProgIntl is teaming up with warehouse workers, climate activists, and social movements around the world in a global day of action against Amazon.

Join us. https://makeamazonpay.com

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