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SYDNEY - Just one in 10 global and local fashion brands operating in the Australian market ensures that workers in their global supply chains are paid a living wage, according to a new report.

The 2022 Ethical Fashion Report, by Baptist World Aid Australia, surveyed 120 companies, representing 581 fashion and footwear brands, and awarded scores out of 100 on issues such as workers’ rights, environmental sustainability, and corporate governance.

Companies scoring zero on living wages included Industrie, Novo Shoes, Nine West, Wittner, Windsor Smith, Sheike and Shein. Those making “good” progress included Nobody Denim, while Kmart, Country Road, Cue and Nudie Jeans were making “some” progress.

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