Gap, Primark, C&A #PayUp for orders, save lives

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Unless fashion brands like Gap, Primark, C&A, and others #PayUp, millions of garment makers will go hungry and be forced onto the streets. Many have already been sent home with no severance, savings, or access to healthcare. 

Bangladesh’s garment industry accounts for 80% of the country’s exports, making its economy and the livelihood of its population reliant on apparel orders from the United States and Europe. Since the arrival of Covid-19, over $3 billion worth of orders have been cancelled or paused, leaving suppliers unpaid for work that has already been completed. This issue is global, with garment factories facing similar fates all around the world.

Help save the lives of millions of women. Demand brands #PayUp.

To be removed from the #PayUp petition, brands must promise to pay suppliers for all orders that were cancelled or paused as a result of coronavirus. Furthermore, brands must agree to pay for these cancelled and in-production orders in full (without asking suppliers for discounts) and in a timely manner (without extending payment terms unless financing options can be provided). 

17 BRANDS THAT NEED TO #PAYUP:

Arcadia (Burton, Topshop, etc.)

Bestseller

C&A

Edinburgh Woolen Mill (Bonmarché, Peacocks)

Fashion Nova

Forever 21

Gap (Old Navy, Athleta, Banana Republic)

JCPenney

Kohl's

Li & Fung/Global Brands Group

Mothercare

Primark

Ross Stores

Sears

The Children's Place

URBN (Urban Outfitters, Free People, Anthropologie)

Walmart/Asda/George

 

15 BRANDS THAT HAVE PROMISED TO #PAYUP:

adidas

ASOS

H&M 

Inditex (Zara)

Kiabi

Marks & Spencer

LPP (Reserved, Cropp, House, etc.)

Next

Nike

PVH (Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, etc.)

Target (USA)

Tesco

Under Armour

UNIQLO

VF Corporation (Timberland, The North Face, Vans, Dickies, etc.)

*We will continue to monitor these brands and their payments to suppliers.*

*You can find more detailed brand response information on Remake's update page.*

WE WILL CONTINUE TO UPDATE THIS PETITION AS MORE INFORMATION BECOMES AVAILABLE (Last Updated: May 20, 2020)