There is no way of checking if clothes are being made in safe and fair conditions unless factory locations are published, Oxfam said ©Press Association Images
There is no way of checking if clothes are being made in safe and fair conditions unless factory locations are published, Oxfam said ©Press Association Images

Fashion brands rated ‘naughty or nice’ on supply chain transparency

5 December 2016

Clothing brands have been put on a “naughty or nice” list this Christmas based on visibility of their supply chains.

The campaign, by Oxfam Australia, classifies firms on whether or not they publish a list of factory locations.

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