Indonesian workers Warni Lena Napitupulu and Tedy Senadi Putra in Tokyo to demand a meeting with Uniqlo. Photo: Handout.
Indonesian workers Warni Lena Napitupulu and Tedy Senadi Putra in Tokyo to demand a meeting with Uniqlo. Photo: Handout.
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Uniqlo exploited us, now it ignores us, Indonesian factory workers claim

  • Some 2,000 people toiled to meet orders from the Japanese fashion brand for as little as US$120 a month
  • Now their jobs are gone, wages are unpaid, and the company ignores them even when they ‘knock on its front door’

Indonesian workers Warni Lena Napitupulu and Tedy Senadi Putra in Tokyo to demand a meeting with Uniqlo. Photo: Handout.
Indonesian workers Warni Lena Napitupulu and Tedy Senadi Putra in Tokyo to demand a meeting with Uniqlo. Photo: Handout.
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