This web documentary Beyond the label – Made in Serbia examines the situation in the Serbian textile and footwear industry when it comes to labour rights’ violations, especially hindrances to trade union organizing and poverty wages. The Serbian case is not isolated as it represents a reality experienced in most Central, East and Southeast European countries and hence serves as an example of malpractice affecting more than 1.7 million – predominantly women – workers in the region.

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The web-documentary was made with contribution from the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES). Interviews – Nađa Gojović, Senior Officer for Legal Department of Legal Affairs in CATUS – Uroš Savić, Representative of Sloga Trade Union at Falc East Factory in Knjaževac – Mirjana Pavić. Representative of Sloga Trade Union at Valy doo Factory in Valjevo Experts: – Bojana Tamindžija, Clean Clothes Campaign Serbia / National Coordinator, Center for the Politics of Emancipation – Aleksandra Draganić, political scientist, coordinator of MA programme Labour Policies and Globalisation at University of Kassel – Bettina Musiolek, Clean Clothes Campaign Germany Credits: Directed and edited by: Claudio Montesano Casillas Produced by: Aleksandra Draganić and Bojana Tamindžija Director of photography: Željko BajićNarrated by: Aleksandar MarkovićAnimation: Claudio Montesano Casillas & Aldo Vidrio Music: SilverHoof – For Documentaries; elements.envato.com (Creative Commons Licence); GentleJammers – Moving Documentary; elements.envato.com (Creative Commons Licence) Special thanks to: Igor Schiller, Bettina Musiolek, Matthias Weber, Aldo Vidrio, Khalid Karmoudi, Slavko Barišić and Marija Aranđelović