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ACTION CAMBODGE : Les marques ont répondu à nos et vos messages. Voici ce que nous vous proposons de leur renvoyer.

03-12-2015

Depuis fin novembre 2015, achACT et son réseau international, la Clean Clothes Campaign, se mobilisent pour soutenir les travailleurs cambodgiens dans leur lutte pour un salaire vital. Plus d'info ici.

L'action de pression citoyenne commune consiste à envoyer des messages aux principaux clients de l’industrie de l’habillement au Cambodge dont H&M, Zara, C&A ou Levi Strauss, via mail, Facebook ou Twitter. Plus d'info ici.

Depuis quelques jours, certaines marques répondent à ces messages, que ce soit par mail ou sur les réseaux sociaux. 

Voici ce que nous vous invitons à leur renvoyer 

  • "Cher C&A, je vous remercie pour votre réaction et accueille favorablement votre engagement dans le processus ACT. Malheureusement, les travailleurs de l’habillement ne constatent aucune amélioration de leur situation jusqu’à présent. Hors, ils ont besoin d’un salaire plus élevé dès aujourd’hui ! Il est donc important que les principaux clients de l’industrie de l’habillement du Cambodge, dont C&A, négocient un niveau de salaire directement avec les syndicats et vos fournisseurs au Cambodge, et de leur montrer votre soutien à un salaire vital en vous engageant à répercuter toute augmentation salariale dans le prix FOB payé à vos fournisseurs. De plus, en adaptant vos pratiques d’achats (délais, quantité, prix), vous pouvez également résoudre le problème récurrent des heures supplémentaires excessives."
     
  • "Dear H&M, thank you for your response. I appreciate your engagement in the ACT process. Up to now, though, garment workers do not experience any change. They need a higher wage today. It is important to negotiate the wage level with Cambodia unions and suppliers, to show them your commitment to pay a higher wage and implement this living wage in the FOB price per piece. Besides that, the problem of overtime can be solved by changing your purchase practices."
     
  • "Dear Zara/Levi’s, thank you for your response. I appreciate your efforts. Up to now, though, garment workers do not experience any change. They need a higher wage today. It is important to negotiate the wage level with Cambodia unions and suppliers, to show them your commitment to pay a higher wage and implement this living wage in the FOB price per piece. Besides that, the problem of overtime can be solved by changing your purchase practices."

Ce que C&A a répondu par mail

" Dear sender,


Firstly, thank you so much for your e-mail.

We share your concerns about the welfare of those working in the Cambodian garment industry and in all countries where apparel is produced.  Wage issues are at the top of our agenda as an organization. Therefore, we strongly believe that proper living wages can only be achieved throughout social partnerships and industry collective bargaining.
Acknowledging the importance of establishing a proper wage determining mechanism in Cambodia, C&A is already working in partnership with a number of other brands and IndustriALL Global Union.  Specifically, we are working to collaboratively develop a model for living wages for all garment workers in that country.

In this context,  C&A is a founding member of ACT (Action, Collaboration, Transformation).
http://www.hiil.org/project/act-towards-living-wages-in-global-supply-chains

 ACT is a global initiative between international brands and retailers, manufacturers, and trade unions which was launched in October 2014.  The initiative aims at  negotiating and agreeing fixed wages and conditions at a fair level that will apply to the whole industry sector within the country, regardless of which factory people work for, and which retailers and brands they produce for. In order to achieve this,  the support of freedom of association and industry-wide collective bargaining is vital in combination with  the improvement of how brands currently buy apparel To make this process accountable and transparent, in December 2014 an MOU was signed between all ACT brands and IndustriALL Global Unions. You can find the full text of the MOU at http://www.c-and-a.com/uk/en/corporate/company/newsroom/news/statements/2015/ca-co-founds-act-for-a-living-wage/
Although this is a global program, the first steps have taken toward this in Cambodia where  all ACT  members, including Global  Unions visit Cambodia and had the first set of meetings with Suppliers, Local Unions and Government representatives to set the system on the ground.  IndustriALL has also include some information in its webpage in this regard: http://www.industriall-union.org/new-hope-for-garment-worker-wages

Within this framework, it is furthermore expected that local authorities in Cambodia are also taking responsibility and will support the process of collective bargaining to work effectively in setting future wage levels.
Hopefully you will find this information useful . More information will be updated at our webpage as well as in our 2015 Annual Report.

Best Regards,

Aleix

Aleix Gonzalez Busquets
Global Head of External Stakeholder Engagement
C&A Global "

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