That’s why we choose to work with employers and companies to support them to make improvements.
We have already worked with more than 250 factories in the supply chains of 14 global garment brands to promote dignified work for women, plus we work with many more on topics such as health and nutrition. This means we understand how to engage with companies in ways that positively benefit both their workers and their business.
Our engagement with individual factories focuses on strengthening policies and systems to improve working conditions in line with national labour law and global standards. We also have long-standing relationships with industry associations across Asia and work to build their buy-in and commitment to taking action on key issues.
Brands and retailers
Our research and on-the-ground insights are helping global companies understand the challenges faced by women in their supply chains. We work closely with brand partners at global level to advise on the most effective ways to make positive changes. Within their supply chains, we work with companies to support ethical practices which will have benefits for their women workers and their business.