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Pakistan Accord Brand Tracker

This year marks the 11th anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, the worst industrial accident in fashion history. 1,138 garment workers lost their lives as they made clothes for some of the world’s biggest fashion brands. After the horrific tragedy, dozens of brands came to the table to sign the Accord, a binding agreement to implement a transformative safety program

Last year, the Accord was expanded to protect millions of textile and garment workers in Pakistan — but the 11 brands listed below have yet to sign on, instead putting their profits above the lives of garment workers in Bangladesh and Pakistan.

👍 Have Signed On

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AEO (American Eagle Outfitters & Aerie)

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ASDA

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ASOS

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Bestseller

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C&A

UNIQLO

Fast Retailing (UNIQLO)

Gap Inc. (Pakistan only)

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H&M Group

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Inditex (Zara)

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Marks & Spencer

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NEXT

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Primark

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PVH (Calvin Klein & Tommy Hilfiger)

🚩 Have Not Signed On

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Amazon

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Columbia Sportswear

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Decathlon

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Ikea

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JC Penney

Kontoor Brands (Wrangler, Lee, and Rock & Republic)

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Levi’s

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Target (USA)

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Tom Tailor

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URBN (Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, Free People)

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Walmart

In 2012, the Ali Enterprises factory fire in Karachi killed more than 260 garment workers. Since then, at least 135 workers have died in Pakistan’s textile and garment industry due to dangerous working conditions.

Join us in telling this dirty dozen that enough is enough, and that their refusal to support the Accord’s life-saving factory inspections and worker safety programs isn’t acceptable.

Sign our petition to protect the lives of the people who make our clothes. #RanaPlanaNeverAgain