For decades multinational companies have turned their back on those killed and injured in their supply chains. This must and can change. By speaking out and taking action together we can prove that companies can and should be held to account for the impact their behaviour has throughout the supply chain. It’s up to us – each and every one of us – to take action to ensure that the survivors and the victims’ families are not left wanting in the face of Benetton’s empty promises.

ASK @BENETTON TO #PAYUP: Benetton is the LAST major international brand with a direct link to #Ranaplaza to REFUSE to compensate victims. UNITED COLORS OF BENETTON promised to “make funds available to the families of the victims of #RanaPlaza as every member of our industry has a moral obligation to intervene in their support.” So, then why is Benetton continuing to refuse to give even a penny to the compensation fund?

Join the Clean Clothes Campaign and take three simple actions to hold Benetton accountable for their promises: sign the petition, and share it by tweet (#PayUpBenetton) or Facebook!