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Slave to Fashion

Slave to Fashion


Slave to Fashion explores and exposes modern slavery in the fashion industry with text, graphics and photos. Safia Minney shows us how exploitation can be eradicated by business and consumers.

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Slave to Fashion is made up of interviews and micro-documentaries with the men, women and children caught in slavery, making the clothes sold on our high streets, in Europe and the developing world.

It will also profile best practice of brands and designers within the fashion industry to prove that slave-free fashion is achievable and fashion can be used to empower workers - whilst creating beautiful, competitive and accessible fashion.

From 2015, the Modern Slavery Act requires medium to large-sized companies to report on what they are doing to eradicate slavery and human trafficking in their supply chains. If not, they need to declare it.

Slave to Fashion brings in the facts, stories and actions we must take to eradicate modern slavery.

1 The Modern Slavery Act
What is it? How are governments, human rights organizations and trade unions giving slaves a voice?
And what can industry bodies do to improve their practices?

2 The Global Economy
How do we make population growth, climate change, human rights and meeting the Sustainable Development Goals add up in our supply chains? The case for a new economics.

3 Meet the Slaves
Meet the people who are victims of human trafficking, forced labour, bonded labour and child labour.

4 Social & Technical Innovation
Social enterprise and Fair Trade ensure ethical business practices, while technical innovations could hold the key to transparency and meeting the Sustainable Development Goals.

5 Your Toolkit
How you can join the campaign to help eradicate modern slavery.

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UK Publication Date: 
Sunday, 23 April, 2017
US Publication Date:
Tuesday, 5 September 2017

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