Tell Blackstone: Pay Up the $10.8 Million Owed to Jaba Garmindo Workers!

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In April 2015, when the two Jaba Garmindo factories suddenly closed in Indonesia, 4,000 workers were left without income for themselves and their families. These workers sewed clothes for the German brand Jack Wolfskin, which was controlled by Blackstone, the largest alternative investment group in the world. The $10.8 million still owed to the workers in unpaid wages and severance would amount to 0.7% of Blackstone’s annual net income or half of what CEO Stephen Schwarzman spent on his 70th birthday party.

Please join us in demanding that Blackstone pay up now so that the Indonesian workers receive their severance and unpaid wages!

Letter Campaign by
International Labor Rights Forum
Washington, District of Columbia