Modeconnect’s Fashion News Round-Up – July, 12, 2013 – 17 major North American retailers propose plan to improve factory safety in Bangladesh, seen as less stringent than European one
Protestan por muerte de 112 personas en incendio de fábrica en Bangladesh. http://www.washingtonhispanic.com/nota13425.html
As Bangladesh Becomes Export Powerhouse, Labor Strife Erupts
'In Bangladesh, garment workers earn $37 a month to make the clothes the rest of us wear' As #Bangladesh Becomes Export Powerhouse, Labor Strife Erupts - NYTimes.com
NEW ZEALAND’S ETHICAL FASHION COMPANIES FOR 2016 HAS BEEN REVEALED After the Rana Plaza collapsed three years ago, there’s been a lot of talk about how we should become ethical shoppers who understand fully,...
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Jessica Suffield: Pinned from Labour behind the label. This image is inspirational as it shows a charity trying to support garment workers worldwide in Cambodia. Garment workers in Cambodia's living wage is 283 USD / month. This is over 4 times the minimum wage. Therefore, these women are unable feed their families properly. Nevertheless, if there was more help with charities and their problems were spread worldwide, this could impact the wage they are given.
Did 300 Garment Workers Die For Your T-Shirt? (not so if you buy Atayne--or other #MadeinUSA)
Wal-Mart Toughens Fire Safety Rules for Suppliers After Bangladesh Blaze
U.S. mega store Wal-Mart Toughens Fire Safety Rules for Suppliers After Bangladesh Factory Blaze, where 112 workers died in a fire last November, 2012
Why Big Fashion Labels Shouldn’t Pull Out of Bangladesh
Why Big Fashion Labels Shouldn't Pull Out of Bangladesh | TIME.com