WASHINGTON – Bestseller, Primark and H&M have been accused of prioritizing profit over human rights by resuming sourcing from Myanmar without any proper consultations with labour unions and worker leaders. The US-based Worker Rights Consortium has disputed the claims of the three brands that they consulted unions before resuming sourcing.
Primark, Bestseller and H&M, which had previously paused sourcing from Myanmar in response to February’s military coup in the country, have all recently resumed their sourcing.
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