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Published on Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Lindex tackles gender issues in supply chain

Written by John Mowbray

Lindex Bangladesh Production

GOTHENBURG – Swedish-based fashion retailer, Lindex, has launched a new three year project to tackle gender equality in its textile supply chains. 'WE Women by Lindex' will see female workers receive training and support in order to help them address gender equality issues in the workplace. The information gathered on gender equality will be included in Lindex's assessment of its suppliers.

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