VW opened its factory in Xinjiang in 2013 and has been watching human right threads in front of their doors, despite their efforts to deal with their dark history properly. “Die Zukunft” (ger. the future) take a look on the contemporary happenings from a future perspective and fits the company’s conduct in a historical context. After our demonstration in Wolfsburg we used the opportunity to distribute the newspaper and to talk to the people from Wolfsburg, which are VW employees mostly.
You’ve read about the threats against humanity big companies are part of and you can’t remain silent? Use our pre-formulated text or write your own thoughts and address them to one or few companies. Use contact addresses in the internet, write to store managers, support team, boards and CEOs, don’t hesitate to call or to use the chat function companies offer. The aim is not to reach the right person, but to reach as many people as possible, so they will bring up the topic in meetings and become active themselves. We’re not guilty, but we’re responsible. Spread the message and stand on the right side of history!
Nike is one of over 80 companies with supply chains in Xinjiang. We want to sensitize the consumers in the stores and encourage to write the company. Therefore we made this flyer with a short summary of the situation in Xinjiang and a call to action. We ask you to download the flyer in your language, print a few, place them in your local Nike store and effect the way people consume.
Adidas is one of over 80 companies with supply chains in Xinjiang. We want to sensitize the consumers in the stores and encourage to write the company. Therefore we made this flyer with a short summary of the situation in Xinjiang and a call to action. We ask you to download the flyer in your language, print a few, place them in your local Adidas store and effect the way people consume.
This report looks into some of the major offending companies which operate in Xinjiang province in North-West China. The report will be used to highlight the unethical activity of some major companies from across various industries (Technology, Clothing, Shoe Manufacturing, and Car Manufacturing) that operate in the region.
Prof. Dr. Kai Ambos, Judge Kosovo Specialist Chambers, Hague, NL; advisor (amicus curiae) Colombian Special Jurisdiction for Peace, Georg August Universität Göttingen in Germany: 1. I was asked by the “Verband Jüdischer Studierender Nord (VJSNord)” to give an opinion, in my academic capacity and from an international criminal law perspective, on the treatment of the minority group of the Uyghurs inContinue reading “Preliminary legal opinion by Prof. Dr. Kai Ambos”
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