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Urge KIK to identify buyers and pay compensation to Pakistan fire victims
by geertjan published 16-10-2012 last modified 23-07-2013 10:53 — filed under: , , ,
On Tuesday 11th September almost 300 workers were killed when a fire ripped through the Ali Enterprises factory in Karachi, Pakistan. At the time of the fire the factory was producing jeans for the German low cost retailer, KIK, which has more than 3000 stores in eight European countries.
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Pakistan fire victims producing for German low-cost retailer KIK
by geertjan published 25-09-2012 last modified 24-04-2013 09:51 — filed under: , , ,
The Clean Clothes Campaign today express their shock and outrage at the failure of German company KIK to ensure that workers in its supplier factories are employed in safe working conditions after it was confirmed that Ali Enterprises, which last week burnt down killing almost 300 people, was producing jeans for the low-cost retailer.
Located in News / / 09 / 25
File PDF document Who pays for our clothing from Lidl and KiK?
by Paul Roeland last modified 19-01-2016 11:48 — filed under: , ,
A study from July 2008 into the impact of buying practices of the discounters Lidl and KiK in Bangladesh and the precarisation of working conditions in German retailing.
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KIK signs compensation agreement for victims of Ali Enterprises fire tragedy
by geertjan published 09-01-2013 last modified 23-07-2013 10:30 — filed under: , , ,
AMSTERDAM - German discount giant KIK this week signed an agreement with the Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research (PILER) to make an initial payment to the victims and their families of US$ 1 million for immediate relief, and to negotiate a long term compensation package with all other involved stakeholders.
Located in News / / 01 / 10
Still awaiting compensation in Pakistan: one year after Ali Enterprises burnt down
by Mirjam van Heugten published 11-09-2013 last modified 16-09-2013 10:31 — filed under: , , ,
Tomorrow German cost-cutter KiK discusses compensation for the victims of the collapse at Rana Plaza during the meeting in Geneva. Meanwhile, survivors of the fire at the Ali Enterprises garment factory in Karachi, Pakistan, still await full, long-term and fair compensation. German retailer KiK remains the only known buyer of Ali Enterprises garments.
Located in News / / 09 / 11
Agreement on Tazreen compensation announced
by Mirjam van Heugten published 23-11-2014 last modified 24-11-2014 02:12 — filed under: , , , , ,
Two years after over 120 people lost their lives trapped in the Tazreen Fashions factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh, an agreement has been reached between IndustriALL Global Union and their local affiliates, Clean Clothes Campaign and C&A on a system for delivering compensation to the victims of the tragedy.
Located in News / / 11 / 23
German retailer KiK must pay promised compensation to Pakistani factory fire victims
by Paul Roeland published 09-09-2015 — filed under: , , ,
Geneva, 9 September 2015: On the third anniversary of Pakistan’s worst-ever industrial disaster, global unions IndustriALL and UNI, together with the Clean Clothes Campaign, are calling on a major German retailer to honour its promise to provide long-term compensation to victims.
Located in News / / 09 / 09
Widow from 2012 factory fire petitions KiK
by Paul Roeland published 05-03-2015 last modified 06-03-2015 13:54 — filed under: , ,
Widow from 2012 factory fire in Pakistan launches community petition demanding long-term compensation from German company KiK
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Factory fire compensation campaign against German retailer KiK escalates
by Paul Roeland published 28-10-2015 last modified 02-11-2015 12:03 — filed under: , , ,
Campaign for compensation escalates in the face of German retailer’s continual refusal to fulfill obligation towards factory fire victims
Located in News / / 10 / 28
Pakistani widow of Ali Enterprises factory fire visits Germany to appeal to German Retailer KiK
by Christie Miedema published 23-11-2015 — filed under: , , ,
From 23 to 27 November 2015, Shahida Parveen and Farhat Fatima from Pakistan will visit Berlin to draw attention to the global campaign demanding KiK provide long term compensation to the families affected by the Ali Enterprises factory fire in 2012. Shahida Parveen, a widow of one of the workers who was killed in the fire, intends to deliver her #MakeKikPay petition to KiK representatives during her stay in Germany. She will be accompanied by Farhat Fatima from the Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research (PILER), an organisation that signed a legal agreement with KiK for a negotiated settlement of long-term compensation to the survivors and victims’ families of the Ali enterprises tragedy.
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