More than 50 protesters demonstrated outside Levi's flagship store in Central London last week.
The participants were from the Haiti workers' support group, No Sweat and the GMB union.
They were campaigning on behalf of the sacked workers who make Levi jeans in Haiti.
The Levis workers were sacked when they - some of the most underpaid and exploited sweatshop workers - had the temerity to ask for a better wage and the right to join a trade union.
The demonstration was a signal to those global companies who think that they can play workers off against each other by moving their factories and contracts around the world looking for the lowest bidders. Wherever sweatshop labour is, and wherever sweatshop workers fight, activists like No Sweat will be there to build support and solidarity.