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australian ethical fashion report

In 2013 the fatal Rana Plaza clothing factory collapse in Bangladesh claimed the lives of over 1100 workers, and is now recorded as the second worst industrial accident of all time. The event sparked the collective conscience of consumers, retailers, investors and governments to start knowing more about the people who are making our clothes, and the conditions they are working under.

The latest 2018 Australian Ethical Fashion Report compiled by Baptist World Aid Australia (BWA), assessed over 400 Fashion Brands across Australia on whether they understand their supply chains, and whether they are protecting their workers from exploitation, the practices of modern day slavery, and child labour. Companies were awarded grades from 'A+' to 'F' (Fail), with RREPP achieving one of the highest 'A' grade rankings in Australia for its ethical approach to doing business with its suppliers. And through its full and transparent understanding of its supply chain within its Internationally recognised Fairtrade Certification, and support of GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) which also embraces critical environmental and social criteria.

To see all the gradings, you can download the most recent 2018 Ethical Fashion Report HERE plus a full disclosure of RREPP's supply chain can be found here 

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