WRC RESEARCH REPORT Fired, Then Robbed: Fashion brands’ complicity in wage theft during Covid-19 Contributions to this report: The Worker Rights Consortium (WRC) thanks the garment workers we interviewed and the following organizations for contributing information used in this report: Bangladesh Center for Workers Solidarity (BCWS), Bangladesh Independent Garment Workers Union Federation (BIGUF), the Center for Alliance of Labor and Human Rights (CENTRAL) in Cambodia, the Cambodian Alliance of Trade Unions (CATU), the Clean Clothes Campaign, the Garment and Textile Workers Union (GATWU) in India, Gabungan Serikat Buruh Indonesia (GSBI), MAP Foundation in Thailand, Maquila Solidarity Network in Canada, offices of the Solidarity Center in various countries, Serikat Pekerja Nasional (SPN) in Indonesia, and Solidarity Trade Union of Myanmar (STUM). The WRC also utilized information provided in reports from the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, WageIndicator Foundation, the Home-Based Women Workers Federation in Pakistan, and Partido Manggagawa in the Philippines. Note: The currency used throughout this report is US dollars. Cover photo: Garment workers block a road in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on May 20, 2020, in a protest to demand their unpaid wages during a nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: Sk Hasan Ali April 2021

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