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On our minds: change your shoes

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by adakallgren on 28 November, 2015

With #changeyourshoes, Labour Behind The Label wants to improve transparency and regulation in the shoe supply chain.

“Who made your clothes?” we’ve chanted tirelessly ever since Rana Plaza, but next to the garment supply chain sits the largely unexposed production of footwear, which is now being brought to light. In their new campaign Change Your Shoes, ethical manufacturing force Labour Behind The Label attempts to promote improved transparency and regulation in the shoe supply chain. The organisation wants consumers and brands to start questioning under what conditions the estimated 22 billion pairs of shoes produced each year are made – and make the EU take legal action through a virtual protest march hashtagged #ChangeYourShoes. Read more here.


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