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Child Labour in the Apparel Sector

UN Global Compact Network UK

Date & Time: 29 September, 15:45-17:00 BST / 10:45 – 12:00 ET

Over the last few decades, the ‘fast fashion’ model has had a deteriorating effect on supply chain conditions. Low wages, forced labour, unhealthy and dangerous working conditions are widespread throughout the garment supply chain and have exacerbated the issue of child labour. This webinar will discuss sector-specific challenges and examine practical actions business can take to address child labour in the apparel sector.

Event Details

Start date
29 Sep 2021
Start time
3:45 p.m.
UN Global Compact Network UK

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