Uyghur forced labour in Xinjiang and UK value chains Contents

Published written evidence

The following written evidence was received and can be viewed on the inquiry publications page of the Committee’s website.

FLO numbers are generated by the evidence processing system and so may not be complete.

1adidas UK (FL0008)

2Amazon (FL0025)

3Anti-Slavery International and CORE Coalition (FL0021)

4BEIS (FL0002)

5boohoo group (FL0020)

6British Retail Consortium (FL0024)

7Coalition to End Forced Labour in the Uyghur Region (FL0014)

8Ethical Trading Initiative (FL0005)

9Gap Inc. (FL0013)

10H&M Group (FL0016)

11HOPE not hate (FL0034)

12Hikvision (FL0026)

13Inter IKEA Group (FL0015)

14Lawyers for Uyghur Rights (FL0009)

15Marks and Spencer (FL0028), (FL0033)

16Nike (FL0030)

17Paul Scully MP (Minister for Small Business, Consumers & Labour Markets, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) (FL0031)

18Professor Laura Murphy, Sheffield Hallam University and Dr Shawn Bhimanu, Northeastern University) (FL0011)

19Puma (FL0029)

20Quilliam International (FL0023)

21Rights Lab, University of Nottingham (FL0003)

22Segura Systems Ltd (FL0006)

23Stella McCartney (FL0027)

24The Arise Foundation (FL0004)

25TikTok (FL0022), (FL0032)

26VF Corporation (FL0019)

27Victoria’s Secret (L Brands) (FL0012)

28Walt Disney Company (FL0017)

29William Browder, Head of the Global Magnitsky Justice Campaign (FL0001)

30Zara UK (Inditex) (FL0018)

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