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The core of this code is made up from eight labour standards derived from ILO Conventions and the UN’s Declaration on Human Rights
Fair Wear Foundation has developed several tools to improve labour conditions in garment factories.Â These projects have their own websites.
Workplace violence against women is increasingly acknowledged as a serious issue that deserves attention and resources to combat it. FWF has identified some important risks that affect women, and particularly women garment workers, and that can lead to workplace violence.Get to VAW Prevention
The Factory Guide is an online training tool that addresses several areas including building safety, gender discrimination, and video interviews on overtime, harassment and wages. The Factory Guide aims to engage factory managers in the work of FWF and its members.
Fair Wear Foundation operates worldwide.
FWF around the world
Most of FWF's work is focused on four priority countries: Bangladesh, China, India and Turkey. Around 80% of FWF member production comes from these four countries.
FWF is active in country
FWF member brand sources in country
complaints in country
FWF projects in country
A garment brand can join Fair Wear Foundation.
Together with the brand FWF works towards better working conditions for the workers at the factories.
Bangladesh Country Study 2016 Read more about the current situation in the garment industry in Bangladesh in the latest FWF Country Study. In term Read more
Turkey Country Study 2016 The garment industry is Turkeyâ€™s second largest industry, and is responsible for a large proportionÂ of Turkeyâ€™s total Read more