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To The United States Government Stop Funding Sweatshops with Our Taxpayer Money Please Sign Petition To Stop Child Slavery Today

To The United States Government Stop Funding Sweatshops with Our Taxpayer Money Please Sign Petition To Stop Child Slavery Today

One of our core values is to work with partners who abide by European Labour Laws and to shun partnerships with sweatshops. This includes of course fair and just working conditions, no child labour and non-discrimination amongst many other essential human rights. To ensure that our clothing is produced under these common rules we visit our factories regularly.

One of our core values is to work with partners who abide by European Labour Laws and to shun partnerships with sweatshops. This includes of course fair and just working conditions, no child labour and non-discrimination amongst many other essential human rights. To ensure that our clothing is produced under these common rules we visit our factories regularly.

The fashion industry is infamous for creating a disposable culture. But as humans we will clothe ourselves our entire lives. The comfort of the clothes we wear every day should reflect a comfortable living for the people who make those clothes. It is all too often we see news surrounding the mistreatment of workers and horrible working conditions all over the world. We are working to build up the positive impacts of a global fashion industry while choosing consciously not to participate in…

The fashion industry is infamous for creating a disposable culture. But as humans we will clothe ourselves our entire lives. The comfort of the clothes we wear every day should reflect a comfortable living for the people who make those clothes. It is all too often we see news surrounding the mistreatment of workers and horrible working conditions all over the world. We are working to build up the positive impacts of a global fashion industry while choosing consciously not to participate in…

Urge The Gap to Help Stop Child Labor and Promote Better Working Conditions http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/607/113/751/

Urge The Gap to Help Stop Child Labor and Promote Better Working Conditions http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/607/113/751/

China Blue is a new documentary shot undercover in a jeans factory in China that shows the harsh conditions teenage workers are forced to endure to produce the jeans that we wear. They work 18 hours a day for less than a dollar and are forced to live in cement fatory dormitories with no running water. China Blue demonstrates how something we all take for granted such as our choice of blue jeans can result in exploitation and negative human consequences.

China Blue is a new documentary shot undercover in a jeans factory in China that shows the harsh conditions teenage workers are forced to endure to produce the jeans that we wear. They work 18 hours a day for less than a dollar and are forced to live in cement fatory dormitories with no running water. China Blue demonstrates how something we all take for granted such as our choice of blue jeans can result in exploitation and negative human consequences.

Amalgamated Clothing Workers Strike, 1915 | 12 Powerful Images Of Women In The Labor Movement

Amalgamated Clothing Workers Strike, 1915 | 12 Powerful Images Of Women In The Labor Movement

Ministry Matters: ALL WORK AND NO PLAY … September 4th, 2015 By Melissa Slocum "A New York Times article recently reported on working conditions inside the retailing giant Amazon. But it was not a story about Far East sweatshops and near-slave labor. Instead it was a profile of corporate culture on hyper drive...At first glance, the principles to 'obsess over customers,' be 'vocally self-critical' or 'have relentlessly high standards' sound good for a company that prides itself...  But it…

Ministry Matters: ALL WORK AND NO PLAY … September 4th, 2015 By Melissa Slocum "A New York Times article recently reported on working conditions inside the retailing giant Amazon. But it was not a story about Far East sweatshops and near-slave labor. Instead it was a profile of corporate culture on hyper drive...At first glance, the principles to 'obsess over customers,' be 'vocally self-critical' or 'have relentlessly high standards' sound good for a company that prides itself... But it…