Under Armour, VF and More Pen Letter Citing Ongoing Labor Concerns in Cambodia

Nearly two dozen apparel and footwear brands have penned a letter urging action on what they call a “labor and human rights situation” in Cambodia.

Addressing Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, the American Apparel and Footwear Association-led coalition — including Under Armour, Vans and Timberland parent VF, Ralph Lauren, Lululemon and Adidas — expressed ongoing concerns about labor and human rights in the Southeast Asian country.

Such issues were first raised in another letter sent by the AAFA in November 2018 — a month after a delegation of international brands met with Cambodian government officials to discuss the concerns.

In full: https://footwearnews.com/2020/business/trade/aafa-letter-labor-human-rights-cambodia-1202909613/

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