26 Apr '18, 9am

FLEX seeks garment sector input on modern slavery

LONDON – FLEX (Focus on Labour Exploitation) has launched a survey through which garment industry stakeholders can share their views on the effectiveness of the UK Modern Slavery Act along with sharing other measures needed to ensure modern slavery isn’t facilitated in textile supply chains.

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