18 Mar 2021

For centuries, the South Asian region has been renowned for its textile traditions and heritage. These skills have been nurtured and perfected not in busy factories and by famous brands but by

“Who made my clothes” is a question increasingly asked by consumers, especially after the spate of serious industrial accidents killing thousands of workers, many of them in the garment districts of Bangladesh (famously, Tazreen and Rana Plaza). Shareholders, investors and large

Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing (WIEGO), Asia Floor Wage Alliance (AFWA), HomeNet South Asia (HNSA) and HomeNet South East Asia (HNSEA)

Demand a COVID-19 Supply-Chain Relief Contribution from Brands for All Garment Workers