The new International Accord will expand the life-saving workplace safety program that started in Bangladesh to other nations. See which brands have lead the way in signing on.
Today we celebrate the renewal of the ground-breaking Bangladesh Accord and its historic expansion into new countries. Under this new agreement, renamed the International Accord for Health and Safety in the Textile and Garment Industry, garment workers in Bangladesh...
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PayUp Fashion is raising urgently needed relief funds for garment workers facing hunger and job losses in Bangladesh, Los Angeles, and Sri Lanka. A 100% of proceeds go to direct relief.