27th June 2018
Why don’t commentators spot the inevitable?
Brexit: why don’t commentators spot the inevitable?
Britain's liberal media claim the country won't go ahead with the "soft" Brexit its government proposed because it's got a "weak" Prime Minister. Our problem isn’t a “weak” Prime Minister: it’s a media bubble without any experience of how the rest of us live.Insularity?
How our industry used Rana Plaza to turn Bangladesh from a basket case to a model of ethical development
On April 24, 2013 the Rana Plaza catastrophe made Bangladesh notorious and our industry a pariah. Today – thanks to the way our industry reacted to the catastrophe – Bangladesh has become a beacon for how poor countries can pull themselves out of poverty and transform human rights and gender equality.Take a look
B&Q slash “old” people’s discounts
UK home improvements chain B&Q announced the near-abolition of its discounts for older people from September 3
Brands push Nicaraguan President to “respect rule of law”
Major clothing and textile brands demand from Nicaragua’s President an end to State “repression”
Philip Green: “life undone by abject greed”
A biography published today of Arcadia owner, Philip Green, describes his life as “ambition undone by abject greed”.
28th June 2018
New foreign clothing and textiles investment collapses in Vietnam
Foreign textile-related investment in Vietnam has fallen this year to “several” new projects from the 129 projects worth $600 mn approved in 2016. 2017 itself saw a 30% fall in new projects...
26th June 2018
Worker Rights Consortium documents vicious threats and beatings at Bangalore’s Shahi Export
24th April 2018