Fair Wear Foundation (FWF)
Fair Wear Foundation (FWF), a non-profit membership organisation that works with factories and companies that produce and distribute of which the primary manufacturing process is sewing. The mission to improve labour conditions for their workers. The organisation works with Code Of Labour practice as the basis of collaboration ship, and members must comply with these Practices. FWF approaches poor label conditions with multi-faceted solutions and brings together critical components needed for sustainable changes. Members work with step-by-step to amend condition in their supply chains.
Improve labour conditions
Fair Wear Foundation works with improving labour conditions where the cut-make-trim globally. With 80 member companies represent over 120 brands based in seven European countries; member products sold in over 20,000 retail outlets in more than 80 countries around the world. FWF is active in 15 production countries in Asia, Europe, and Africa. Fair wear organisation works with four different types of memberships. It’s open for any company that produces and distributes of which the main manufacturing process is sewing. See Child labour, Better Work Program and UN Global Compact
The four types of membership
- Young designers