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Fixing Fashion: Who Is Doing What?

The negative social and environmental impacts of the globalised fashion industry first came to public awareness in the 1990s – for example, through campaigns against sportswear companies for use of child labour. Since then, there have been a number of responses from the industry, from governments1, from international institutions and from non-governmental organisations and trade unions.

Currently there are more than 100 of these institutional responses. This piece considers only those that:

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