A guest blog from Rocio Domingo-Ramos, Business and Human Rights Policy and Research Officer at Anti-Slavery International urges brands to stop sourcing cotton from Turkmenistan and to sign the Turkmen Cotton Pledge
LINDEX's We Women project has reached 70,000 women workers in it garment factories in Bangladesh, India and Myanmar in just 3 years. Ingrid Porss, the company's Strategic Lead, Women Empowerment, talks about the project in this inspiring video
Across the world, a new wave of audits and/or impact assessments for digital technologies are popping up. None include workers in the process. This must change, argues Christina Colclough of the WhyNotLab
ETI has written to both ILO and IOE to request that proposals to include occupational health and safety (OSH) within the ILO’s framework of fundamental principles and rights at work be actioned urgently.
A new study, published today by Homeworkers Worldwide, will provide support to global brands and civil society organisations seeking to improve working conditions for homeworkers in their supply chains.
EVENT REPORT: The Industry We Want, 14 January 2021 - 270 experts from across the garment sector came together online for a global event to determine a new vision for the global garment industry on 14 January.