Corporate Commitments to Living Wages in the Garment Industry
Low pay in the garment industry still a reality despite pledges – study.
The Guardian, May 30, 2019.
Position Paper on Transparency
Tailored Wages 2019: The state of pay in the global garment industry
COVID-19 and the Garment Industry
Garment workers seen losing up to $5.8 billion in wages during coronavirus
. Reuters, August 10, 2020.
Leveraging Desperation: Apparel Brands’ Purchasing Practices during Covid-19
Unpaid Billions: Trade Data Show Apparel Order Volume and Prices Plummeted through June, Driven by Brands’ Refusal to Pay for Goods They Asked Suppliers to Make
Farce majeure: How global apparel brands are using the COVID-19 pandemic to stiff suppliers and abandon workers
Un(der)paid in the Pandemic
Abandoned? The Impact of Covid-19 on Workers and Businesses at the Bottom of Global Garment Supply Chains
Who will bail out the workers who make our clothes
‘Thrown to the wolves’: how Covid-19 laws are being used to silence garment workers
. The Guardian, October 26, 2020
Fashion companies have canceled or refused to pay for $16.2 billion of orders during the pandemic, costing textile workers $1.6 billion in wages, a report found
. Business Insider, October 9, 2020.
The Failure of Voluntary Programs and the Need for Enforceable Brand Agreements
Not fit for purpose
Figleaf for Fashion report
The Factory Oversight Industry Protects Profits, Not People
. The Nation, April 23, 2020.
Future of Fashion: Worker-Led Strategies
Fashioning Justice for Bangladesh
. The American Prospect, August 13, 2013.
Certification ≠ Enforcement
SA8000: The “Gold Standard” for Failing Workers?
Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh
CSR and MSIs
Model Arbitration Clauses For The Resolution Of Disputes Under Enforceable Brand Agreements
Stitching a Decent Wage Across Borders: Analysis of ACT