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

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’

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