Human Rights Watch calls for end to pricing pressure impacting textile workers’ conditions

May 17, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


In a 66-page report, the Human Rights Watch organisation has made an extremely ambivalent assessment of the working conditions of textile workers worldwide. Six years after the Rana Plaza disaster, the finger is still pointed at fashion labels for their persistence in pushing costs down, which their suppliers translate into a negative impact on wages and working conditions.


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