Global fashion brands make grand promises about the wages they pay garment workers. But what do their supply chains really look like?
Garment workers have been left unpaid, jobless, or have received only a percentage of their usual poverty wages…
We are part of a coalition of civil society organisations and trade unions united to end state-sponsored forced…
Pressure is mounting on NBC Universal who are refusing to pay $16,000 (USD) to a group of…
Brands are not paying for orders, meaning workers don't get their wages.
Indonesian workers who made clothes for Japanese brand Uniqlo were left without pay when the factory suddenly closed.
Knowing where your clothes are made, and who made them, is a vital step in improving working conditions.
“Made in Europe” does not guarantee that clothes are made fair, with workers facing extremely low wages and many other labour rights violations.
The Bangladesh garment industry has a long history of factory fires and collapses, killing thousands of workers. The Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh has made a real change by making factories safer.
A selection of campaigns that we have worked on over the years.