bangladesh isn’t fashion’s only dirty secret
We’ve winced at ‘Made in Bangladesh’ labels since the deadly Rana Plaza collapse in 2013, but this Fashion Revolution Week we must open our eyes to factory conditions around the world.
we must keep pressure on brands to protect garment workers
Launched in 2013 after the deadly collapse of Rana Plaza -- a garment factory producing clothes for the British high street -- the legally binding fire and safety agreement, the Bangladesh Accord, must be renewed by May.
rana plaza: factory owner among 38 charged with murder
The Bangladesh garment factory collapsed on 24 April 2013, killing 1,137 people and injuring a further 2,500, after owners had been warned that the building was unsafe.
‘australian made’ doesn’t mean your clothes are sweatshop and child labor free
Our narrow focus on locally made products often means turning a blind eye to the very real problems in Australian manufacturing.
is the fashion revolution actually happening?
Fashion Revolution week calls for a more ethically sound and sustainable fashion system, but is the industry is actually moving in the right direction?
41 charged with murder over bangladesh clothing factory collapse
Bangladesh police have charged government and factory officials over the 2013 disaster, which left more than 1,100 people dead.