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BERLIN - The Transparency International NGO has left the German Partnership for Sustainable Textiles (GPST) because it says the multi-stakeholder organisation is failing to prioritise anti-corruption due diligence.

Transparency International Germany was a founding member of the GPST, also known as the Textile Partnership, which was set up in the wake of the 2013 Rana Plaza to make global textile supply chains more sustainable.

However, it is unhappy with the partnership's decision to focus on four key areas - living wages and purchasing practices; circular economy and climate protection; gender equality; and grievance mechanisms and remedies.

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