ETI and its members have watched with increasing concern the series of arrests and worker lockouts in Dhaka’s Ashulia industrial area in December 2016 and the more recent arrests in Chittagong.
When it comes to LGBT rights, this decade has seen a positive sea-change, with business constantly anticipating lawmakers.
Free trade agreements and labour rights - what are the implications for workers?
What are the main challenges that global buyers’ purchasing practices can cause for suppliers?
The OECD launches new 'gold standard' guidance on due diligence in the garment and footwear sector.
It’s never too late to educate yourself about ethical trade, from attending our training courses and breakfast debates to downloading our free resources.
For the past three years, ETI has been raising serious concerns about very low wages and poor working conditions in Leicester’s garment trade.
What can businesses do when they find North Korean state-sponsored forced labour in their supply chains?
Learn about a real-life worker election held over the course of a working day in a Bangladesh knitwear factory.
In Undercover: Britain's Cheap Clothes, Chanel 4's flagship current affairs programme Dispatches, examines wages and working conditions in Leicester's apparel and textiles factories.
Sensors that capture motion, temperature and light have become almost ubiquitous thanks to the smartphone and other technology.
Workers will find themselves in a virtual world with a virtual employment relationship and virtual protections.
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