Stand with the women who make your clothes!

1,284 Cambodian women garment workers lost their jobs during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic when their factory, owned by Ramatex, abruptly shut down. They were never paid their full wages and benefits, yet they were making products for one of the richest brands in the world: Nike.

2 years later, Nike still has not paid US$1,391,294 owed to these women. This amount is a drop in the ocean for Nike, who earned US$21.4 billion last financial year!

It’s time to take action against Nike and get them to listen to women garment workers. Will you join us?

You can take action in this global campaign by sending a message to the CEO and other executives of Nike – and it will only take a few minutes!

Your message to the Nike CEO and executive team demanding them to respect the women who make Nike’s clothes is ready to go – just add your name and email address.

Note: Your email will also be sent to senior executives at Matalan, a major British retailer that also sourced its products from Ramatex, the owner of the the now closed Violet Apparel factory.