Wage Justice Must Be Part of the Sustainable Fashion Agenda

Credit: Clean Clothes Campaign Today sees the beginning of the 2020 Copenhagen Fashion Summit, “The leading business event on sustainability in fashion”, that is running as an online event this year and will “bring to life stories that champion the intersection […]

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Exploitation in the Fashion Industry: An issue from Leicester to Phnom Penh

Image: Rex Home Secretary Priti Patel has claimed to be ‘appalled’ by the illegal wages and working conditions of a garment factory in Leicester, a story that was front page news of this weekend’s UK papers. The factory, which is […]

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At least 60 million garment workers earning poverty wages. 80% are women. Fashion is modern slavery. Can brands make meaningful change for these people by committing to the wage assurance? #systemchange #CFSplus #RedesigningValue

Garment workers have been exploited for too long. The low prices global fashion brands paid for orders pre COVID-19 facilitated the crisis the fashion industry now faces. Brands need to commit to the wage assurance and #PayYourWorkers. - #systemchange at #CFSplus

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