Throwback til den første kampagne fra @fash_rev i England. Det er snart 5 år siden RanaPlaza kollapsede og vi har lang vej endnu, men vi er nu 100 landegrupper og Danmark er med 🙆♀️👨🏻🙆🏼♀️👵👩🏾💼 Vi tror på at tøjindustrien kan forbedres og vi tror på at den bør forbedres for dem der laver vores tøj. Vær med når vi til FASHION REVOLUTION WEEK 23-29. april 2018 spørger #whomademyclothes ?
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#tbt to the first Fashion Revolution campaign in April 2014. ✨ In just 5 years, we have grown the movement to span over 100 countries and to reach millions of people, but there’s still a long way to go. Not enough has changed since Rana Plaza. About 75 million people work directly in the fashion and textiles industry, and about 80% of them are women. Many are subject to exploitation; verbal and physical abuse, working in unsafe conditions, with very little pay. This is why the #whomademyclothes question is still hugely important.
We believe the industry can, and should, work better for the people who make our clothes. 👧🏻👩🏾👵🏻👱🏾👦🏿👩🏼👨🏽 Over the next few years, we’re going to keep working to ignite an even bigger global conversation about what we wear and the stories behind our clothes – from the people who make them, the companies that sell them, to how we wear, care and dispose of them. Join us for FASHION REVOLUTION WEEK 23-29th April 2018. Let’s make this Fashion Revolution bigger than ever. Ask brands #whomademyclothes?