A Movement To Reform Fashion

1/21/21 – Adidas has failed to Keep Workers Safe. The company has not responded to PayUp Fashion regarding  our demands that brands contribute to the Severance Guarantee Fund for laid-off garment workers and contribute 1% of net revenue towards direct relief for garment workers impacted by the pandemic. Like many other large brands, Adidas is a signatory to the ILO Call to Action, which promised eleven months ago to “protect garment workers’ income,” but the Call to Action has to date released a staggeringly insufficient sum of money to garment workers (less than $200 million to just four countries) and is in no way a satisfactory response to this crisis.

12/20/20 – Adidas posts $682 million in earnings for Q3 of 2020, joining the ranks of brands who have turned profits during the pandemic while garment worker wages have dropped by 21% and 77% have faced hunger since the start of the pandemic. We are asking brands like Adidas to #ShareYourProfits with garment workers by contributing to direct relief for garment workers and chipping in #tencentsmore per garment into a Severance Guarantee Fund for laid-off workers. Read more about Keep Workers Safe and our 7 Actions.

4/14/20 – According to the Worker Rights Consortium tracker, Adidas has committed to #PayUp by paying for all orders placed prior to the pandemic in full and on time.

PAYUP

Yes

KEEP WORKERS SAFE

No

GONE TRANSPARENT

  Pending brand response

REPRESENT WORKER VOICES

 Pending brand response

PROWORKER CONTRACTS

 Pending brand response

PAY LIVING WAGES

 Pending brand response

HELP PASS LAWS

 Pending brand response