We express grave concern on the recent order by the Prime Minister for withdrawal of charges against the owners of the Ali Enterprises," said a statement of Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC), a network of 15 European organizations trying to improve working conditions of the workers in the global garment industry.
What does CCC stand for?
CCC stands for Clean Clothes Campaign (worker advocacy; Netherlands)
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- City Colleges of Chicago
- Civil(ian) Conservation Corps
- Clackamas Community College (Oregon City, Oregon)
- Clark County Code (various locations)
- Classic Car Club (various locations)
- Classic Closet Case (gay/lesbian/bisexual slang; aka triple C)
- Classical Complement Cascade
- Classified Control Clerk
- Clatsop Community College (Astoria, Oregon)
- Clean Cities Coalition (US Department of Energy)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Around 700 garment workers have been killed in dozens of fires since 2006, according to the Clean Clothes Campaign, an Amsterdam-based textile rights group.
The Ashulia industrial zone, where Tazreen is located, last suffered a major blaze in 2010 when 25 workers died, and the Clean Clothes Campaign rights group has said 500 Bangladeshi garment workers have died in fires since 2006.
Within sections on drivers of change, the process of change, and changing forms and roles, they consider such topics as more organization with fewer people, change in motion or processing change, and local bargaining versus global rules in the Swedish clean clothes campaign.
The story of Europe's innovative and biggest anti-sweatshop network in Liesbeth Sluiter's Clean Clothes provides a timely assessment of the Clean Clothes Campaign and introduces us to key debates about where the global anti-sweatshop movement might be heading.
the International Labor Rights Fund, Global Exchange, Clean Clothes Campaign, International Business Leaders Forum, and Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International.