Clean Clothes Campaign

Rana Plaza: key learnings ten years on from the tragedy

On 24 April 2013, the Rana Plaza factory in the Dhaka District of Bangladesh collapsed as a result of structural…

s.Oliver compensates Indonesia garment workers

On the eighth anniversary of the bankruptcy of the Jaba Garmindo garment factory, Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC) announced s.Oliver has…

Campaigners urge tighter rules around apparel purchasing practices in Europe

The "Fast Fashion Purchasing Practices in the EU” report is based on interviews with suppliers, experts and trade union representatives…

Brands urged to take responsibility for garment workers in Sri Lanka

A research brief by the Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC) calls on major brands sourcing from Sri Lanka to take responsibility…

New campaign aims to secure living wage for garment workers

Good Clothes, Fair Pay, Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC) and Fashion Revolution are among the campaign organisations leading the call for…

Why European minimum wage rule impacts apparel sourcing decisions

European countries have traditional strengths in making apparel and textiles, especially luxury lines, but relatively high costs have left the…

Solution to worker safety in Pakistan garment industry is up for debate

The Clean Clothes Campaign and Cardiff University's WISERD have published new research that shows the rights for workers in Pakistan's…

Study confirms need for binding agreements on pay

The study, undertaken by the New Conversations Project at the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, lays out…

The week in review: The shape of fashion ethics post-Covid and Rana Plaza?

It's been nine years since the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh shook the apparel industry to its core and the…

Clean Clothes Campaign calls brands out for ‘freeriding on others’ health, safety efforts

The Clean Clothes Campaign, which is an alliance of apparel labour unions and non-governmental organisations, claims fashion brands including Levi…