Human rights, transparency and accountability in fashion: a Conversation on Uyghur Forced Labour

Flavia Loscialpo, Eleonora Mongelli

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Abstract

This is a guest blog post by Eleonora Mongelli, Vice President of the Italian Federation for Human Rights (FIDU) and host of the podcast Made in Slavery, and Flavia Loscialpo, a fashion academic and Senior Research Fellow at Solent University.

This conversation between Eleonora and Flavia provides a commentary on the following issues in relation to the Uyghur crisis: human rights and the social impact of the global fashion industry, forced labour, transparency in the fashion supply chain and corporate responsibility.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationFashion Revolution
Publication statusPublished - May 2021

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