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Our clothing kills

To Benetton CEO Marco Airoldi:

In one of the worst industrial accident of the 21st century, thousands of Rana Plaza garment factory workers were buried alive making clothes for some of the world’s richest corporations. To date, all major multinational companies with confirmed ties to the Rana Plaza factory have contributed to the Rana Plaza Arrangement compensation scheme for the victims -- except Benetton. As citizens of the world, we urge Benetton to join the scheme, so survivors of this horrific disaster receive full compensation.

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Our clothing kills
In just 90 seconds an eight story sweatshop in Bangladesh collapsed. 1,134 people died. Most survivors are still injured, some lost limbs. They can’t work, so their families have no income.

For the first time in history, a UN agency set up a ground-breaking compensation scheme. It’s a model for all future schemes - and incredibly it’s working.

All global brands with direct links to the factory have contributed. All except one. Clothing giant Benetton is refusing.

In days Benetton is launching its spring clothing collection. It’s one of the most important days of the year for their brand to impress customers.

If we shame them with huge public pressure that day, they’ll see their brand is under threat, and be forced to pay up. Sign the petition to Benetton’s CEO now.

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