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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 y la industria de la confección
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.
El fracaso de los programas voluntarios y la necesidad de acuerdos de marca exigibles
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