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2021

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Nine years since deadly fire at major Walmart supplier, campaigners urge Walmart to stop hiding from real commitments to safety

Nine years since deadly fire at major Walmart supplier, campaigners urge Walmart to stop hiding from real commitments to safety

Exactly nine years ago, a devastating factory fire in Bangladesh killed at least 113 workers and injured many more. Almost a decade later, major brands and retailers whose clothes were made in this factory, such as Walmart, Disney, and Dickies, continue to put their workers at risk. We spend this day commemorating the workers who died in this preventable fire. In addition, we are continuing to remind garment brands and retailers that they must finally draw lessons from this horrific catastrophe and urgently take critical steps to prevent future fires and deadly safety incidents so that no more families have to suffer such an awful loss. […]

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A decade in denial

A decade in denial

How the Sustainable Apparel Coalition is denying reality, while patting itself on the back. […]

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2020

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Marking Human Rights Day: How can legislation help protect the people who make our clothes

Marking Human Rights Day: How can legislation help protect the people who make our clothes

December 10th marks the celebration of Human Rights Day around the globe –a moment to recognise the impact of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on livelihoods and to affirm the importance of human rights everywhere. In the fashion industry, and during a moment when the global pandemic has upended business-as-usual, it’s more important than ever to fight for the rights of the people working in garment supply chains and demand an end to forced labour. […]

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2019

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