Fight the Heist Campaign

Asia Floor Wage Alliance, Global Labor Justice – International Rights Forum (GLJ-ILRF) and 20 garment worker unions from six Asian countries (Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan) released a new report detailing how the wage theft of Asian garment workers directly led to high corporate profits for global fashion brands. The global campaign to #FightTheHeist aims to stop billionaire payouts from dividends and stock buybacks until Asian garment workers are repaid their lost COVID wages.


Support Community Kitchens to provide urgent food relief for Sri Lankan garment workers

Women garment workers in Sri Lanka are struggling to survive through the worst economic and political crisis that the nation has faced since its independence. From August, AFWA is joining hands with its trade unions to run three Community Kitchens in Free Trade Zones (FTZs) across Sri Lanka, to distribute 10,000+ cooked meal packets over the next three months. Every donation helps provide nutritious food for women garment workers, their children and families.


Justice for Jeyasre

Victory for the Justice for Jeyasre campaign as landmark agreement signed to end gender-based violence and harassment at Natchi Apparels, Dindigul

The Justice for Jeyasre Campaign was launched to pay tribute to the life of Jeyasre Kathiravel - an Indian Dalit woman garment worker and union member organizing against gender-based violence and harassment at a major Indian garment manufacturer that supplies to American and European fashion brands - who faced months of sexual harassment by her supervisor before she was murdered in January 2021. The J4J campaign saw a victory on April 1, 2022, when the historic Dindigul Agreement to Eliminate Gender-Based Violence and Harassment was signed at Eastman Exports, Natchi Apparels.

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Wage Forward Campaign

A concrete proposal for an enforceable binding agreement between brands and trade unions on the payment of living wages to garment workers

Asia Floor Wage Alliance, Clean Clothes Campaign, and the Worker-driven Social Responsibility Network set out a concrete proposal for an enforceable binding agreement between brands and trade unions on the payment of living wages to garment workers called the Wage Forward campaign. highlights the important benefits of the Enforceable Brand Agreement (EBA) and Worker-driven Social Responsibility (WSR) approach. Just as the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh and the Fair Food Program have dramatically improved the safety and living conditions of supply chain workers, EBAs within the garment industry hold real promise for addressing the crises caused by poverty wages.

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All Eyes on Fast Fashion

We Demand Fast Fashion Brands Immediately Pay 2% of their Annual Sourcing to Help Ease the Harmful Impact of Covid-19 on Garment Supply Chain Workers

In the face of COVID-19, garment brands canceled or postponed orders, forcing millions of workers to lose their wages. All Eyes on Fast Fashion demands fifteen major fast fashion brands for a Supply Chain Relief Contribution equal to sixty days of income paid to workers through the suppliers who directly employ them. The campaign will continue to push for justice for all workers in global garment supply chains.

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Garment Me Too Campaign

Women Garment Workers Demand an End to Gender-Based Violence Across the Global Garment Supply Chain

On 3rd May 2019, Asia Floor Wage Alliance and Global Labour Justice started the #GarmentMeToo campaign to spotlight the gender-based violence that women garment workers face daily in supplier factories across Asia. The campaign demanded that global garment and apparel brands create concrete changes in working conditions, on production lines, at the industrial level and on global supply chains.

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