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Are Primark’s sustainability efforts enough to make a difference? FashionUnited conducted an in-depth case study on Primark’s social and sustainable efforts aims to highlight the complexity and the difficulties faced in bringing around systemic change within the global fashion industry.
‘Transparency is essential for accountability and credibility,’ counters FWF’s Lotte Schuurman. ‘Yet it is also a challenge for garment and textile companies, who consider their competitive advantage to lie partially in their unique supply chain decisions – for example, where they are placing orders, prices paid and forecasting.’
Are Primark's sustainability efforts enough to make a difference?FashionUnited - UK
Oneworld.nl writes about the obstacles that prevent garment workers from earning a living wage and how Fair Wear Foundation works to uncover and overcome them – in Dutch
Leefbare lonen textielindustrie - nog een lange weg te gaanOneworld - The Netherlands
Read more about the Roundtable on gender-based violence and living wage in the apparel sector held at The Daily Star Centre in Dhaka, organised by FWF.
Spread awareness to curb workplace harassmentThe Daily Star - Bangladesh
An article in Bangla, about the Roundtable on gender-based violence and living wage in the apparel sector held in Dhaka.
আমরা মূলত গৃহস্থ, চাষাভূষা: শ্রম প্রতিমন্ত্রীbdnews24.com
Ankara is proving unable to protect all its Syrian refugee children. Many work illegally, including in the $40 billion textiles industry.
Read more about the impact of the Syrian refugee crisis on the Turkish garment industry.