Human Rights In Fashion

We Exist to Expose Human Rights Violations in Fashion and Activate Ethical Solutions
Providing Resources
For Critical Research,
Advocacy and Activism
International Conference
on Human Rights in
Fashion, Sustainability,
& Climate Change
Advocates of Sustainability
and Ethical Practices as a
Catalyst to Solve Climate
and Enviromental Issues
Rewear Clothes Match:
Creating Awarness for
Sustainable, Ethical and
Reusable Fashion

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July 1, 2022
The Victoria’s Secret factory not only fired 1,388 workers without notice, but it has also refused to pay them the $8.5 million in severance it legally owes them.
The Victoria's Secret factory not only fired 1,388 workers without notice, but it has also refused to pay them the $8.5 million in severance it legally owes them.
July 1, 2022
Over the last few centuries, our perspective on fashion has dramatically changed. The fashion industry today looks nothing like it did in the past. It encourages consumers to view clothing as disposable, while the new fast fashion model is rapidly emerging. But how does this affect the environment?
Over the last few centuries, our perspective on fashion has dramatically changed. The fashion industry today looks nothing like it did in the past. It encourages consumers to view clothing as disposable, while the new fast fashion model is rapidly emerging. But how does this affect the environment?
July 1, 2022
Championing ethical fashion extends beyond exposing human rights violations, and into promoting socially, environmentally and culturally sustainable practices.

In the age of fast fashion, cheap synthetic materials and mass-production have pushed traditional clothing practices to the peripheries. It is both culturally and socially important that we celebrate local craftsmanship. Traditional manufacturing practices contribute to local
Championing ethical fashion extends beyond exposing human rights violations, and into promoting socially, environmentally and culturally sustainable practices.

In the age of fast fashion, cheap synthetic materials and mass-production have pushed traditional clothing practices to the peripheries. It is both culturally and socially important that we celebrate local craftsmanship. Traditional manufacturing practices contribute to local ecosystems, support communities and uphold values and heritage.
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