Agreement Jeans

11.1 This agreement is subject to the law of the country of residence. In Lesotho, I spoke to 10 women who worked in factories that made jeans for Levi`s and other Western brands. One woman, Mamello Makhetha, collapsed while talking about being raped by her boss. She dissipated her face up her sleeve when she described the smell of her cheap aftershave, when he lay on it, and how she felt that her mind was slowly dissolving in the weeks that followed. “He behaved as if nothing had happened,” she said. “I noticed that he did this to a lot of other women. It may have only been lunch, but for me it was like death.┬áBut the impact that the agreement will have outside the handful of Nien Hsing plants in Lesotho could be limited. To date, the agreement is the only thing in the fashion industry to end sexual abuse of garment workers. Levi`s says it has no intention of introducing similar initiatives throughout the supply chain. Not a single criminal has been prosecuted for sexual assault in factories. “We strive to ensure safe employment for all workers in our factories and we are therefore committed to implementing this agreement without delay, in a comprehensive manner and with tangible success,” said Richard Chen, President of Nien Hsing, at the presentation of the agreement. 1.6.

Third-party products. When third-party services, applications, codes, hardware or products (“Third-party products”) are integrated or used in conjunction with the Services, the Customer accepts that (a) BlueJeans does not accept explicit or unspoken guarantees regarding third-party products; b) BlueJeans is not liable and disclaims any responsibility for third-party products or the unavailability of third-party products. (c) where third-party products are provided under a separate license or other agreement, these conditions apply to these third-party products, (d) the customer is solely responsible and responsible for the use of third-party products, (e) the customer authorizes BlueJeans to share user data (defined below) with third-party product suppliers, as is required for the operation of third-party products. however, provided that BlueJeans is not responsible for the transfer, collection, disclosure, security, modification, use or deletion of user data by or by third-party products or their suppliers, and that (f) BlueJeans is not required to support any integration (s) of third-party products into the Services and may at any time , at BlueJeans` discretion, put an end to any integration of third-party products. 1.1 These terms and conditions of sale, made available online by the Seller, govern all offers, orders, agreements and other legal relationships between the Buyer and the Seller with respect to the use of the Site, including the purchase and sale of a product on or via the site. Despite its durability, denim has a dark side due to its polluting production processes. The thirsty cotton crop and special dyeing and finishing techniques mean that it is estimated that 7,500 litres of water are needed to produce jeans, while the pollution caused by Denim`s famous indigo dye, which inspired the award-winning documentary The River Blue (2016), threatens communities in developing countries that already lack clean water. The Secretary of State for the Circular Economy and the Environment, Stientje Van Veldhoven, has signed an agreement with 30 parties in the denim industry in which they pledge to make the textile industry cleaner and more sustainable, she said in a letter to Parliament.

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