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WASHINGTON DC / AMSTERDAM - Workers' rights non-profits GoodWeave International and the Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) have joined forces to highlight child and forced labour in hidden and informal parts of apparel and textile supply chains.

The companies say their combined expertise can help fashion brands and retailers comply with new legislation such as the EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence (EU CSDD) directive which will make them liable for human rights in their global supply chains.

Under the partnership, Fair Wear member companies sourcing from India are being encouraged to also become GoodWeave licensees to benefit from deep supply chain mapping and inspections for child, forced and bonded labour.

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