As fashion's first couple, the Obamas can take a leading role in making sure US companies comply with global standards.
The executive director of the Bangladesh Center for Worker Solidarity talks to Pramila Jayapal about how American consumers can pressure US corporations to protect workers abroad.
It seems China’s labor practices are now to be admired rather than scorned, lest the American economy decline further in the new world order.
Anti-sweatshop activists are embracing Alta Gracia, a company that is going head-to-head with brands like Nike to sell socially responsible clothing on college campuses.
Indian journalist P. Sainath explains the disastrous consequences of his country's extreme income inequality.
Leaked documents provide an extraordinary glimpse of US maneuvering in Haiti from before the 2004 coup through the devastating 2010 earthquake.
The US Embassy aided Levi’s, Hanes contractors in their fight against an increase in Haiti’s minimum wage.
Anne Elizabeth Moore argues that if the international business community can’t support the workers in Cambodia’s garment sector, maybe young women around the world can.
The city has backed away from its longstanding commitment to avoid procuring city workers' garments from offshore sweatshops.
The Gap has been caught selling garments made by child slaves in India. It's enough to make you vomit all over your new denim jacket.