Are you curious about the people who make your clothes?
Do you want to learn if your favourite brands follow ethical production procedures?
The Clean Clothes Campaign is an alliance of organisations in 16 European countries dedicated to improving working conditions and supporting the empowerment of workers in the global garment industries.
The Clean Clothes Campaign provides a fantastic insight into the reality factory employees face with a section devoted to photographs & interviews with Cambodian garment workers.
The CCC site also contains up-to-date information concerning the issues surrounding clothing factory conditions and an abundance of resources for those wanting to find out more about worker rights and the various aspects of the garment industry. Use the handy Search feature to discover the truth behind fashion brands.
The Clean Clothes Campaign relies on a partner network of more than 200 organisations and unions in garment-producing countries to identify local problems and objectives, and to help develop campaign strategies to support workers in achieving their goals. The CCC cooperates extensively with similar labour rights campaigns in the United States, Canada, and Australia.
Please sign the online petition to pay garment workers a living wage
Disclaimer: I am not at all an expert on the big business of fast fashion however I am a concerned consumer who has chosen to learn & share as much as I can through my own personal experiences & the wealth of resources available online.