Unfortunately many company gradings on human rights and welfare remain disappointing

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Unfortunately many company gradings on human rights and welfare remain disappoin
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Australian fashion brands are becoming more transparent about how they make their clothes, but there is still much more to be done on workers’ rights, living wage and environmental impact. That’s according to the findings in the latest Ethical

Australian fashion brands are becoming more transparent about how they make their clothes, but there is still much more to be done on workers’ rights, living wage and environmental impact.

That’s according to the findings in the latest Ethical Fashion report, published by Baptist World Aid, which surveyed more than 130 companies with 480 brands.

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