Students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison demonstrated on campus last week in support of Indonesian garment workers formerly employed by PT Kizone. The PT Kizone facility in Indonesia produced collegiate-licensed apparel for Nike and Adidas and its owners are accused of closing down their facility and fleeing in January 2011 without paying workers the $3.4 million in severance pay that they are owed under Indonesian labor law.
The rally, organized by the Student Labor Action Coalition (SLAC), was held to demand the university hold Adidas accountable for the labor violations. Adidas is a current supplier of athletic apparel to the university.
You can find more information on the PT Kizone dispute and the campaign by university students in the United States to hold the garment industry accountable at the Workers Rights Consortium website.