LISTEN // FIBERcast: Is The Product You’re Buying Made In a Way That Is Fair, Healthy, and Safe?

 

 

We love the FIBERcast series out of the University of Delaware. These FREE webinars are supported through FIBER, the Online Journal of the International Fashion and Apparel Industry — an invaluable resource for responsible fashion education.

Be sure to tune in Monday, April 30th, at 12:30 p.m EDT, for the next FIBERcast:

Is The Product You’re Buying Made In a Way That Is Fair, Healthy, and Safe?

Guest Speaker: Gregg Nebel, adidas

With brands and companies outsourcing production to extended global supply chains, how does a company ensure there are fair, healthy and safe conditions in those suppliers factories? While buyers can go it alone (and have for many years), there are an increasing number of opportunities to join forces with other buyers, with suppliers, with multi stakeholder organizations, and with civil society organizations. Mr. Nebel will discuss how sustainable compliance can be leveraged with a multitude of collaborative activities.” (FIBERcast)

Click here to learn more about Nebel, and to register for this FREE event.

If you’re unable to tune in, keep your fingers crossed that this latest edition will be archived online after the event — previous webinars are available online, here.

‘See’ you there!

Mary Hanlon

Mary is the founder, editor and lead contributor at Social Alterations. She is also a PhD candidate at the University of Edinburgh, where she researches responsible fashion and transnational labour rights activism in the wake of the Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh.

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