Everything You Need to Know About the FABRIC Act, the First Federal Fashion Bill
"Every single day, every one of us starts the morning getting dressed. 'What are we going to wear?' But the question we don't ask ourselves is, 'What did it take to make the clothes that I'm going to wear?'"
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New Report Uncovers Labor Abuses in Malaysian Clothing Factories — and Shows How Brands Should Respond
Implicated brands include Nike, Asics, Under Armour, Target and Brooks. Thankfully, some are committing to change for the better.
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Bangladesh Garment Exports Rise 16 Percent Even as Human Rights' Violations Persist
Three months after the collapse of the Rana plaza factory in Bangladesh, which killed over 1100 workers, the garment industry is still struggling to enforce safety reform.
Factory Safety Talks Commence Between US, EU and Bangladeshi Governments
It's been three months since the deadly Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh killed over 1,100 workers, and the Bangladesh Fire and Safety Accord--an agreement singed onto by 70 brands to take responsibility for the safety of factories they use in Bangladesh--is finally being put into effect.