LONDON – To mark this year’s Anti-Slavery Day, fashion e-tailer ASOS will provide human rights’ non-profit Anti-Slavery International with fresh funds to support its work with the Migrant Resource Centre (MRC) in Mauritius.

The MRC was incepted through a collaboration between the Modern Slavery Innovation Fund of the UK Home Office, ASOS, Anti-Slavery International, IndustriALL and a local trade union, Confederation des Travailleurs des Secteurs Publique et Prive (CTSP) in 2019. 

Simon Platts, responsible sourcing director at ASOS, commented: “We’re incredibly grateful to be continuing this vital work alongside our partners at Anti-Slavery International, IndustriALL and CTSP, so that we keep ensuring our clothes are made with consideration to workers and their rights, and that they drive change across the fashion industry.” 

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