23 Nov '12, 10pm

Thanks @ecouterre Slavery should not be in fashion, but apparently it is: You heard it here from #FashionObserved

debuted earlier this month in Ankara, Turkey, at “Human Trafficking & Global Supply Chains,” a United Nations General Assembly expert group meeting that included corporate, government, labor union, and non-governmental organization leaders from across the globe. As the first comprehensive report on forced and child labor in international supply chains, the paper breaks down the corporate-social responsibility practices of 50 apparel companies, using an A-to-F grading system to assess their commitments to traceability and transparency, monitoring and training, and workers’ rights.

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