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SAN FRANCISCO – The 'PayUp Fashion' coalition, established by workers’ rights NGO Remake in September, has launched the Direct Relief for Garment Workers fund in a bid to raise extra money for people in key apparel manufacturing nations that remain on the poverty line.  

Last year, Remake kick-started its ‘#PayUp’ campaign, which pressed fashion brands and retailers to pay suppliers for the orders they’d initially placed but later retracted due to the coronavirus pandemic.  

Having recouped upwards of US$22 billion already, the organisation highlights that the likes of the URBN Group, TJX, Walmart and Victoria’s Secret haven’t yet paid those in their supply chain, representing millions in unpaid wages.  

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