This article is published by Fairwear Australia, 3-12-2007
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International Clean Clothes Campaign (India)

Amsterdam, December 3 2007
An Indian magistrate Court ruled on Saturday that international warrants will be issued for the arrest of Dutch human rights activists, report the Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC) and the India Committee of the Netherlands, two of the organizations whose staff are being charged in connection with their efforts to raise awareness of rights violations at an Indian factory supplying Dutch jeans company G-Star. On the 4th of December, the court will send the case to the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs, asking it to execute the arrest warrants and request extradition of the 8 Dutch nationals.

Since May 2006 the Clean Clothes Campaign and the India Committee of the Netherlands have publicly supported the workers and labour organisations to improve the labour conditions and labour relations at FFI and JKPL. Gstar is the main buyer, along with possibly one or two other smaller brands. FFI has a history of workers' rights violations to read more go to

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