Transparentem in the News

A Close Look at a Fashion Supply Chain Is Not Pretty
The New York Times
28 July 2020
TAL Apparel is one of the most powerful companies in the global fashion supply chain...
Fashion Transparency Index 2020 Edition
Fashion Revolution
22 April 2020
In Malaysia, Transparentem's multi-year investigation identified endemic labour rights abuses of migrant workers in five...
The Dark Secrets Lurking Inside Your Outdoor Gear
Outside Online
21 February 2020
Reports of unfair labor practices in the apparel industry seem to come with depressing regularity,...
Transparentem Exposes Environmental and Human Rights Abuses of Fashion Industry
Fair Planet
22 January 2020
Operating a trillion-dollar market worldwide, the fashion industry has been linked to significant environmental and...
H&M’s Different Kind of Clickbait
The New York Times
18 December 2019
The H&M group sells an estimated three billion articles of clothing per year. Its revenue...
Human Rights Due Diligence in Malaysia’s Manufacturing Sector
Ethical Trading Initiative
17 December 2019
An investigation by non-profit Transparentem found serious labour abuses at five apparel factories in Malaysia,...
Breaking The Chain
29 October 2019
It’s difficult to face the reality that there are 40 million people living in slavery...
23 Companies Part of Transparentem Forced Labor Investigation
19 July 2019
Benjamin Skinner discusses Transparentem on MSNBC...
Buyers Act on Discreet Approach to Malaysia Labour Abuses
4 July 2019
Buyers have taken action in Malaysia after an 18-month investigation conducted by non-profit Transparentem uncovered...
Forced Labour Investigation Drives Change
Ecotextile News
28 June 2019
An investigation conducted into the working conditions of Malaysian garment workers by US NGO Transparentem...
Transparentem takes the lid off on workers’ abuse in Malaysian garment factories
Apparel Resources
27 June 2019
The rising awareness amongst brands, end-users and workers notwithstanding, news of labour abuse keeps emerging...
New Report Uncovers Labor Abuses in Malaysian Clothing Factories – And Shows How Brands Should Respond
25 June 2019
Even as increasing consumer demand for consciously made clothing has retailers from Net-a-Porter to Madewell...
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