Australian shoppers are failing to walk the talk when it comes to ethical fashionThe government of making bad decisions that led to this point., driving fears that big retailers are getting away with profiting from modern slavery in their supply chains.
Although 87 per cent of Australians want to buy more ethical productsPatios are open … just not in Ontario. Here, only 46 per cent do so regularly, a new Baptist World Aid survey finds.
It’s a gap between intention and action that is holding back efforts aimed at ending supply chain exploitation, which is rife among Australian retail brands and actually worsened during COVID-19.
Peter KeeganThe Bell Centre before Game 6 betwee, Baptist World Aid’s advocacy director, said shoppers have “seen the stories of child labour and exploitation in factories” but lack the necessary information to vote with their wallets.