Swedwatch’s 2014 report Drowned Rights, Floating Responsibilities is now available in Spanish. It reveals serious human rights risks associated with the construction a power plant in Colombia. Companies still need to...
Swedish buyers have prioritised product quality over working conditions. The report “Trapped in the Kitchen of the World” shows that migrant workers within the poultry industry in Thailand are being exploited and...
Demanding working conditions, withheld passports and twelve hour working days without breaks or overtime pay. This is the reality for migrants working at hotels in Dubai, according to a report released by Swedwatch...
Systembolaget’s efforts for a more sustainable supply chain have improved but there is still considerable room for increased ambition, according to a follow-up report produced by Swedwatch.
Social criteria in public procurement have had a demonstrable effect on improvements in labour rights in the surgical instruments manufacturing sector in Pakistan.
The Rana Plaza collapse resulted in two audit-focused initiatives. With inspections completed an important milestone for a sustainable garment industry in Bangladesh has been reached.
Millions of children are linked to international clothing companies’ production. Although many companies have developed their sustainability efforts with regard to human rights, they lack a child rights...
Forced labour and violations of human rights have taken place in direct connection with the organising of the Ice Hockey World Championships in Belarus.
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