Slave to Fashion

Slave to Fashion is made up of interviews and microdocumentaries with the men, women and children caught in slavery, making the clothes sold in the malls and outlets across the USA and the world It uses photos, visuals and graphics to bring the subject to life and give consumers the facts, stories and actions needed to eradicate modern slavery.
Slave to Fashion Slave to Fashion is made up of interviews and microdocumentaries with the men women and children caught in slavery making the clothes sold in the malls and outlets across the USA and the world It us

  • Title: Slave to Fashion
  • Author: Safia Minney
  • ISBN: 9781780263984
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Slave to Fashion”

    1. That the textile and footwear industries are hideously exploitative is not new news (neither is it news that the sports goods industries are also in the same camp), and for many years there have been activist and campaign groups, trade unions and development agencies that have been involved in work all designed to improve working conditions. From British factory campaigners in the 1850s to anti-sweatshop campaign groups (trade unions and others) in the 1890s to the International Ladies Garment W [...]

    2. An energetic and educational book about recent developments in the world of fair trade. A must read for consumers looking for ways to have a positive and sustainable impact on the world. I'm personally also highly interested in the potential for fair trade in vulnerable communities in developed countries, which is briefly touched on in this book. Workers rights are a serious issue in developed countries as well. Fair trade is not just a solution for fashion or for those living in poverty in deve [...]

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