Police clash with protestors in Hong Kong during a demonstration in support of Uighur muslims © Willie Siau/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images
Police clash with protestors in Hong Kong during a demonstration in support of Uighur muslims © Willie Siau/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

MEP urges firms to cease sourcing goods made by Uighur slaves

15 July 2020

An MEP is leading a campaign to eradicate the use of forced Uighur labour from factories in China’s Xinjiang province.

French parliamentarian Raphaël Glucksmann has already received pledges from Lacoste and Adidas to “agree to cease all activity with suppliers and subcontractors” implicated in a recent report exposing forced Uighur labour.

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