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Published on Friday, 24 November 2017

Garment worker stories go global

Written by David Styles

Credit: Made in Equality

BRUSSELS – A digital initiative supported by the C&A foundation and aimed at providing a platform for the real life stories and experiences of people in the Bangladeshi garment industry is proving a big success, both in the country and much further afield.

Originally, the ‘Made in Equality’ (MiE) project was targeted at people living and working in Bangladesh but Naureen Chowdhury, programme manager, Supply Chain Innovation & Transformation at C&A Foundation, says Made in Equality (MiE) has ‘exploded’ - reaching people in countries the organisers never expected.