It has been eight years since the Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh and the Fashion Revolution was born. However, the ethical issues of the garment industry are as prevalent as ever, and yet to be solved. The garment industry is the most labour-intensive and one of the lowest-paid industries in the world, and that makes it extremely vulnerable to global emergencies such as the current COVID-19 crisis.
Since April 2013, the movement Fashion Revolution has been working for more transparency to create safe working conditions for the 75 million people working in the garment industry, and to bring awareness to the environmental issues of fast fashion. Read about Népra's sustainability thinking on Speak Of The Frog.