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ASOS,GoodWeave partner to address labour rights in India

GoodWeave works to protect marginalised and informal workers, ensure that products are free of child, forced, and bonded labour, and address instances of child and forced labour that are identified.

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GoodWeave International, a non-profit organisation working to end child, forced, and bonded labour in global supply chains, and ASOS, the world's leading online fashion destination will work together to address labour rights in India's fashion supply chains.

As part of the partnership, GoodWeave's team will inspect important ASOS suppliers situated in India to check for potential risks and issues of forced, bonded and child labour. In late 2023, ASOS will start selling a few goods that adhere to the GoodWeave Standard.

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