Labour Behind the Label

Our work

Find out more about the issues that we work on below.

What brands should do

What brands should do

Brands should be responsible for the working conditions of those who make their clothes and held accountable for workers throughout their supply chains.

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Gender

Gender

Approximately 80% of garment workers worldwide are women. The global fashion industry is built on the exploitation of women workers.

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Homeworkers

Homeworkers

Thousands of women workers are working from home to produce clothes for the UK high street. These are often the most exploited workers in the industry.

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Trade unions

Trade unions

‘The right to organize with others to fight for better working conditions is a universal human right: Everyone has the right to form and to join trade unions for the protection of his interests.’

United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 23.4

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Conditions

Conditions

Systemic human rights abuses pervade the global garment industry. Learn more about working conditions here.

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Wages

Wages

Poverty pay is one of the major problems underpinning the global garment industry. Everyone deserves a living wage and the right to live in dignity.

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FAQ's

FAQ's

The answers to your frequently asked questions.

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