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- — Labor Rights Forum (@ILRF)Wed, Jan 04 2017 18:27:27@AJStream A good place to start would be more brand-union agreements that legally bind brands to keep commitment they make to workers (1/2)
- — Labor Rights Forum (@ILRF)Wed, Jan 04 2017 18:28:17@AJStream In coordination with support for freedom of association and grassroots, worker-led organizing in garment producing countries (2/2)
- — Randy W. Horton (@randywhorton)Wed, Jan 04 2017 17:07:27
- — Randy W. Horton (@randywhorton)Wed, Jan 04 2017 17:40:33
- — Randy W. Horton (@randywhorton)Wed, Jan 04 2017 17:49:35
- — Sirajul Islam (@sirajul)Wed, Jan 04 2017 15:51:40@AJStream It demands hard data to make an opinion. However, I think, there maybe some improvements made while some more yet to be done.
- Do consumers have the power to improve lives of those who make their clothing?
- — Alex Santos (@_alex_santos)Wed, Jan 04 2017 03:47:01@AJStream yes, by pressuring the garment industry, the large retail outlets and manufacturers to include transparency reports online.
- — Compa Briseida R. (@BReginleif)Wed, Jan 04 2017 03:37:19
- — Tamunonimi Jacks (@nimijacks)Wed, Jan 04 2017 12:47:03@AJStream revolution is only possible with an informed consumer.Bt then again, when shopping is an avg consumer 1st instinct eco or budget?!
- — Sarki Usman Buhari (@sarkibuhari112)Wed, Jan 04 2017 05:57:14@AJStream Through tastes and preferences consumers could embellish the minds the producers to many innovative ways to creativity.
- What motivation do you think consumers need to have to take part in this kind of revolution that would change the system?
- — Compa Briseida R. (@BReginleif)Wed, Jan 04 2017 04:07:03@AJStream class consciousness, inequality is rising and we can longer ignore the great abuses this system causes.
- Should there be more transparency in global fashion supply chain?
- — Yasmin Khatun Dewan (@Yasm1nK)Tue, Jan 03 2017 21:49:04
- — Alex Santos (@_alex_santos)Wed, Jan 04 2017 03:49:02@AJStream yes, be transparent industry, tell us where you manufacture, how many hours workers incur, prohibit child labor, pay equity etc.
- Impact of smaller "ethical" and "transparent" apparel companies
- — Yasmin Khatun Dewan (@Yasm1nK)Wed, Jan 04 2017 12:20:20
- Responsibility of brands and consumers
A look at the challenges of making the industry more transparent.
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