UK consumers buy more clothes per person than any other country in Europe while globally the fashion sector is reportedly the world’s third biggest manufacturing industry.
ETI is very concerned about the recent mass dismissals of garment workers in Bangladesh. Additionally, we are troubled about the reportedly violent reaction of some of the policing authorities.
Research shows that where business enterprises are involved in rights abuses, victims continue to struggle to access remedy, despite basic human rights principles.
Ahead of the 2019 OECD Forum on Due Diligence in the Garment and Footwear Sector, we reflect on the recently launched CEO Agenda 2019 and its implications for the industry.
Our four-point plan outlines the "do's" and "don'ts" for businesses operating in Myanmar.
The book, The Tipping Point, explains how ideas spread and which elements need to come together to help an idea reach a point of critical mass. Have we reached that point in tackling modern slavery?
ETI responds to the release of the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) Interim Report on the Sustainability of the Fashion Industry.
Allegations around the violation of migrant workers’ rights in Malaysia have been steadily growing. So we've joined a consortium offering to work with the government to agree meaningful solutions.
The ETI board met on January 17th and revisited the ongoing suspension of Fyffes.
Increasingly, businesses are being held accountable for any human rights abuses that occur in their operations and supply chains and in-house lawyers need to be human rights aware.
Understanding the importance of freedom of association and collective bargaining in Bangladesh.
ETI member, Fyffes, has been under suspension since May 2017 following complaints by Banana Link and the International Union of Foodworkers.