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6 June 2017

#whomademyclothes: Transparency poor in garment supply chain, study finds

Author: Rebecca Ley, Ethical Corporation

"#whomademyclothes: Transparency poor in garment supply chain, study finds"...

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Report
6 June 2017

Fashion Transparency Index 2017

Author: Fashion Revolution

We don’t know enough about the impact our clothing has on people and planet...Overall brands are widely sharing policies and commitments...Brands publish little information about the impactsof their practices...Increasing number of brands are...

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6 June 2017

Fashion Transparency Index 2017: Only one third of brands disclose efforts on labour rights below tier 1 of supply chain

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15 March 2017

India: Major footwear and garment brands react to serious human rights issues in their leather supply chain and promise collective action

The report Do leather workers matter? Violating labour rights and environmental norms in India’s leather production explores labour conditions in the leather industry that are steeped into deep-rooted social inequalities in Indian society based on...

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Company non-response
29 January 2016

Monsoon did not respond

Monsoon noted that they don't source much from Turkey and therefore the information they could provide would not be meaningful.

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23 October 2015

UK: Monsoon Accessorize named by HM Revenue & Customs as worst company for paying its staff new minimum wage

Author: Rose Troup Buchanan, Independent

Monsoon Accessorize has been named as the worst British company for paying its staff the new minimum wage. The clothing and jewellery chain is among 115 companies that failed to pay their staff almost £389,000 in wages between them. Monsoon neglected...

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1 August 2011

Maplecroft releases report on the risks posed to business by the human trafficking industry

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1 August 2011

[PDF] Trafficking: A global phenomenon with an exploration of India through maps

Author: Alyson Warhurst, Cressie Strachan, Zahed Yousuf & Siobhan Tuohy-Smith, Maplecroft [UK]

[A]pproximately 2.4m men, women and children are internationally and domestically trafficked for the purposes of: commercial sexual exploitation; forced labour; domestic servitude and the removal of organs at any given point in time…Businesses should...

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1 June 2011

[PDF] A guide for business: How to develop a human rights policy

Author: UN Global Compact & Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights

Why respect human rights?...Why develop a human rights policy?...Getting started - the process behind the policy...What are the key ingredients of a human rights policy?...Next steps - Path to implementation...[refers to BlackRock, AXA, Investment...

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12 December 2010

Britain's high street chains are named by sweatshop probe

Author: Gethin Chamberlain, Observer [UK]

Some of the biggest names on the British high street use Indian sweatshops which pay poverty wages and break labour laws to keep costs to a bare minimum, according to a new report. Marks & Spencer, Next, Monsoon, Debenhams, Dorothy Perkins and...

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