Here are the top stories on Just Style this week:
Tunisia apparel sector remains resilient during political upheaval
The Tunisia apparel sector has declared it is open for business despite the political upheaval instigated by the seizure of power and dismissal of parliament by the country’s President Kais Saied.
Report shows modern slavery takes place across all supply chains
A new report on the ‘Implications of Covid-19 for modern slavery challenges in supply chain management’ has found modern slavery takes place in multiple sector supply chains and should be addressed across sectors.
Forced labour elimination efforts in US falling short
Current efforts to eliminate forced labour in global supply chains are falling short, US lawmakers have been told.
How to take sustainable textile sourcing more mainstream
Sustainability. It has become a household word, essential value, and coveted practice — especially among younger generations. In fact, the green movement has altered life in many ways, not the least of which is consumerism.
Panda Biotech and Oritain develop ‘world’s first fully traceable hemp’
Industrial hemp and hurd company Panda Biotech and scientific traceability company Oritain are developing what they call ‘the world’s first fully traceable hemp fibre’.