By: Clare Bruce
It’s disturbing to think that many big clothing brands still don’t really know if the workers making their fashion products, are being paid properly or treated well.
In fact it’s very likely that some of the items in your next bag of shopping, will have been made by people who are poorly paid, unfairly treated, even enslaved.
The image of the sweatshop is not a myth.
But there’s good news. Since that tragic day in 2013 when more than 1000 people were killed in the Rana Plaza Factory Collapse in Bangladesh, many fashion companies have finally been making serious changes.