This is part two of our conversation with Dr. Divya Jyoti. She shares the results of her research: how do codes of conduct create hidden work for workers on the factory floor?
This is part one of our conversation with Dr. Divya Jyoti. Divya shares why she began to question the industry’s approach to social compliance, and her realization that she didn’t actually know how workers experience supplier codes of conduct… a question that ultimately lead to her Phd.
Tune in for this season’s updates, including a thoughtful message from Jessie explaining her decision to take a step back from her co-hosting responsibilities (though she will continue to be involved in the show!).
This is part two of our conversation with Matthijs Crietee, Secretary General of the International Apparel Federation (IAF).
This is part one of our conversation with Matthijs Crietee, Secretary General of the International Apparel Federation (IAF).
In this episode, part two of our conversation with Gladys Tang, we talk about why Gladys thinks dialogue is the key to a more sustainable future, and how brands can support it.
057. Manufactured x GIZ FABRIC: Gladys Tang on Why Working as a Social Auditor Left Her Convinced of Their Inadequacy
In this episode, part one of our conversation with Gladys Tang, we start with Glady’s time as a social compliance auditor. She shares why her experience left her feeling that conventional approaches to sustainability were inadequate, and ultimately, led her to Tchibo.
056. Manufactured x Transformers Foundation: Marzia Lanfranchi and Andrew Olah on a Constitution for the Fashion Industry
What is Transformers Foundation? What are the Eight Ethical Principles? And how, exactly, will they serve as a “Constitution” for the Ethical Denim Council?
055. Manufactured x Transformers Foundation: Marzia Lanfranchi and Andrew Olah on Putting Supplier Voices at the Center of the Sustainable Fashion Story
In this episode, Andrew Olah and Marzia Lanfranchi of Transformers Foundation, share what they think is missing from the sustainable fashion story, and why they think supplier voices should be at its center.