Ask Nike to Protect its Supply Chain Garment Workers

Every item of clothing you own was made by someone. But garment workers - most of whom are women - are some of the most poorly-paid workers in the world. Nike dominates the market share of shoes and sports apparel thanks to its innovative supply chain model. Tulipshare wants Nike to lead the way in improving human rights for the garment workers who make their clothes, many of whom are now facing the worst of the economic fallout of Covid-19.
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Our Goal

In the face of deteriorating conditions for garment workers, the American Bar Association has developed a set of model contract clauses designed to protect workers in international supply chains.

We are asking Nike to implement these clauses into all of its supply chain contracts, which will not only make human rights policies into “operational commitments” but also continue to allow Nike to be leaders in supply chain innovation moving forward. We are also asking them to disclose data on their Tier 2 and Tier 3 supply chains, which they do not currently provide.

Incorporating these clauses would require the buyer and supplier to cooperate in protecting human rights and make both parties responsible for the contract’s human rights performance.

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