15 Mar '18, 10am

Lindex furthers female garment worker commitment

Lindex furthers female garment worker commitment

GOTHENBURG – Swedish fashion retailer, Lindex has donated 10 per cent of its sales from International Women’s Day (€119,000) to the HERhealth initiative, aimed at promoting improved education and access to healthcare among female textile workers.

Full article: https://www.ecotextile.com/2018031523336/social-complianc...

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