AUSTRALIA: New Initiative To Tackle Sweatshops
A new report outlining the development and accreditation of Australia's first industry initiative to fight sweatshop labour was launched today. 'Changing Fashion' The story of the No Sweatshop Label,' documents key aspects of the Homeworker Code Committee's Internet based system for providing companies with the tools to pay a fair piece rate based on Australian minimum standards and payment for the time it takes the outworker to sew the garment.
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