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AMSTERDAM - Companies affiliated to the Dutch Agreement on Sustainable Garments and Textile (AGT) have been accused of coming up short in their work to improve human rights in their supply chains.

A joint report by the Clean Clothes Campaign Netherlands (SKC) and the Netherlands-based research group SOMO claims to expose a weak level of human rights due diligence reporting.

The AGT is a Dutch government-backed sectoral initiative to address human rights violations, such as dangerous working conditions, trade-union busting, child labour and poverty wages, in global garment and textile supply chains.

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