Living wage is the minimum income necessary for workers to meet their basic needs and provide for their families. A clear definition, but in practice living wage is a complex topic. How can you measure living wage? How much does it cost to implement it in the supply chain?
Learn more from experts in the fieldLiving wage: Beyond a number, towards concrete action for brand and factories will be the main topic of our third Sustainable Textiles Lab. Learn more from experts in the field, such as Elin Åström (H&M), Marieke Weemaes (Expresso Fashion), Erica van Doorn (Fair Wear Foundation) and Carlyn Smit (Solidaridad). The speakers will share their experiences and successes. By offering a mix of short presentations, a House of Commons style debate and excellent networking opportunities, we provide an informative and interactive programme.
Sustainable Textile Labs is a series of short seminars to help you work towards a more sustainable supply chain. It's an initiative of Solidaridad, Plan van Aanpak verduurzaming Nederlandse textiel- en kledingsector and Schuttelaar & Partners. CNV Internationaal joined for this third edition of the Sustainable Textile Labs.
For whom?We invite all players in the textile supply chain, brands, retailers, manufacturers, service providers and other organizations active in the fashion and textile industry with an (head)office in the Netherlands. Lets join hands and together take sustainability to the next level. We don’t just talk, we take action!
Register now!Would you like to participate? We would be delighted to welcome you -and your colleagues- on the 27th of August! Its free! Online registration
Do you ever think about the true costs of labour in the textile industry and how much a factory worker earns? Would you like to know how to integrate living wage into your daily business practices? Join the third Sustainable Textiles Lab supported by CNV Internationaal.
Publication date 11 08 2015