In World 213 a critical first step toward accountability across global fashion supply chains was greater transparency. This resulted in Transparent and accountable fashion which will help the brands and retailers to assess the operational and reputational risks associated in the critical path of the material across the supply chain.
What if …
the brands and retailers facilitate connection across supply chains to make Transparency and Traceability the norm?
The widespread lack of transparency across global fashion supply chains, and how a lack of visibility can ultimately cost lives. Without transparency, issues remain hidden and unresolved at their root.
A lack of living wages, freedom of association, collective bargaining, health and safety and traceability continue due to poor progress on transparency in these areas.
A critical first step toward Transparency to address the issues like lack of living wages, freedom of association, collective bargaining, health and safety and traceability.
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