Slavery, child labour and uniforms

(5 Posts)
TegenFTW Sun 14-Aug-16 15:02:04

Does anyone know of ethical school uniform providers? Ones who do not use of forced and illegal child labour in their supply chain. This is an issue that only I recently became aware of and the supermarkets / department stores I spoke with have been a bit vague with their replies. Or any that use Fair Trade cotton, open to any ideas or suggestion.
I will not send my child into school wearing clothes made at the expense of another child.

Thanks in advance.

DesignedForLife Sun 14-Aug-16 17:30:19

M&S are super ethical, they should be a safe bet!

DesignedForLife Sun 14-Aug-16 17:33:56

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Awards for M&S

aprilanne Sun 14-Aug-16 17:36:14

dont touch aldi /lidl/primark the likes no way can a t shirt be made and sold for £1 and it not be slave labour whether its child or adult .

TegenFTW Tue 16-Aug-16 18:31:00

Thanks, M&S have been really helpful and they have Fair Trade cotton, sorry to say only a few shops replied and some were very vague in their response, sadly sad

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