In the third year after signing, businesses make public what risks there are in terms of working conditions, the environment and animals in their supply chain and what they do about it. Check the individual progress of the businesses here.Almost seventy businesses have committed themselves to the aims stated in the agreement. How can your company participate?
The Dutch Agreement on Sustainable Garments and Textile is publishing a list that reveals the difference between minimum wage and living wage in the garment and textile industry in many countries. Understanding the difference between the two allows companies to take steps to bridge this gap. The list covers almost fifty countries and regions and was compiled using data provided by WageIndicator and The Global Living Wage Coalition.
The independent Complaints and Disputes Committee of the Dutch Agreement on Sustainable Garments and Textile has made its first decision on a submitted complaint. It concerns a complaint from NGO Arisa about clothing company C&A.