Setting the
minimum standard for

supply chain disclosure 

in the Garment and
Footwear industry

Lack of transparency  costs lives and hides poor and exploitative working conditions for workers.

When supply chains are transparent:

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Workers

have a powerful tool to assert their rights and hold brands accountable.

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Brand & Retailers

can better identify and address labor rights risks and abuses in their supply chains.

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Consumers

have meaningful information about where their clothes were made.

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By aligning with the Pledge, brands & retailers take an important first step towards more meaningful corporate accountability and better working conditions

Align with the pledge

The latest brands to align

N Brown, UK
2021-07-22
Femme Luxe, UK
2021-07-21
Claes Retail Group (JBC, Mayerline, CKS), Belgium
2021-06-02
NA-KD, Sweden
2021-05-21
Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc, USA
2021-04-13
Deckers Brands (UGG, HOKA, TEVA, Sanuk, KOOLABURRA), USA
2021-04-08
Pretty Lavish, UK
2021-03-19
Barbour, UK
2021-03-16
Vanilia, Netherlands
2021-02-25
Studio Anneloes, Netherlands
2021-02-25
O'Neill, Netherlands
2021-02-25
L. Ten Cate, Netherlands
2021-02-25