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4 September 2019
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Author: Estadão Conteúdo/Exame (Brazil)

“Timberland, Kipling e Vans deixam de comprar couro do Brasil”, 28 de agosto de 2019...

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15 April 2019

Australia: Ethical Fashion Report grades 130 companies based on efforts to mitigate forced labour, child labour & exploitation in supply chains

Baptist World Aid Australia has released its 2019 Ethical Fashion Report, which sheds light on what the industry and individual companies are doing to address forced labour, child labour and exploitation....

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10 April 2019

Australia: Fashion brands found to need improvement on workers' rights, living wage & environmental impact

Author: Alexandra Spring, The Guardian

"Australian fashion brands must improve on workers' rights, report says", 10 April 2019...

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10 April 2019

Ethical Fashion Report rates Australian fashion brands from A+ to F

Author: SBS News

"Ethical Fashion Report rates Australian fashion brands from A+ to F", 11 April 2019...

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11 March 2018

New Zealand: Business leaders and govt. officials meet to identify ways to address exploitation of migrant workers

Author: Lincoln Tan, New Zealand Herald

"Government and business leaders join forces on combating modern slavery, human trafficking", 7 March 2018...

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6 October 2013

Russia not fazed by legal action over Greenpeace

Author: Reuters

Russia shrugged off Dutch legal action over its detention and prosecution of Greenpeace activists for piracy...as protesters took to the streets internationally to call for the 30 detainees, of 18 different nationalities, to be freed. The Netherlands...

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8 November 2011

Transparent fashion: why the industry needs to come clean on supply chains

Author: Ruth Stokes, Ecologist [UK]

The lack of detail released by fashion brands about the people who actually make our clothes and the methods used in production has long been a bone of contention for ethical campaigners. But as fashion's environmental and humanitarian impact comes...

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15 September 2010

Buyers unravel the ethics behind the label

Author: Paul Tyrrell, Financial Times

Traceability has become an especially pressing issue for the clothing industry in recent years, as stories of worker exploitation have emerged from the developing world...In May, the Global Reporting Initiative...published “The Transparent Economy”......

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