FWF’s country representative in China, Wincent OU welcomed a German delegation in the Zhejiang Province last month. They discussed challenges in the Chinese textile industry and the way FWF deals with them.
'Each helper in the factory is obliged to work two or three hours a day for free. If we don’t make the extra hours, they throw us out.' To support the UN Women 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, Fair Wear Foundation has published a new worker story from the FWF Preventing Workplace Violence Project.
Fair Wear Foundation launched the second generation of the FWF Wage Ladder. This innovative online tool helps brands, factories and unions to make real progress towards living wages for garment workers.
Our mission is to improve labour conditions in the garment industry.
Fair Wear Foundation is an independent, non-profit organisation that works with companies and factories to improve labour conditions for garment workers. FWF’s 90 member companies represent over 120 brands, and are based in seven European countries; member products are sold in over 20,000 retail outlets in more than 80 countries around the world. FWF is active in 15 production countries in Asia, Europe and Africa. Read more »