Kik must pay – campaign for Kik to keep its promises.

Three years have past since the largest industrial accident in Pakistan’s history, an industrial disaster leaving 254 dead and 55 seriously injured. On 11 September 2012 the factory Ali Enterprises went up in flames, in which the workers’ were supplying clothing for its main customer Kik.[1] Workers were trapped behind locked doors and windows and unable to escape the blaze.   ... →

Kik: Compensation for the victims of the Bangladesh factory collapse increased to $1 Million.

When the Rana Plaza textile factory in Bangladesh collapsed last year, 1183 people dies and another 2,000 were seriously injured .The cause of the collapse was later found to be due to the building being over capacity. Kik was making textiles cheaply, and under paying its workers, its primary contractors were clothing companies such as Adler, C & A, Mango and Benetton.   ... →

H&M, Zara, Kik weiter im Visier von Nicht-Regierungsorganisationen


In March 2013, LA Alameda, an Argentinian NGO renewed charges against Zara due to the poor working conditions in their factories. Zara belongs to Inditex, a textile manufacturer based in A Coruna, Spain.

 La Alameda accused multiple Buenos Aires factories of employing workers under slave-like conditions. This Video shows a job seeker who would only earn $10 after working a 14-hour day.   ... →