Tuesday, 4 November 2014

This Is What A Feminist Looks Like

A women’s rights charity behind a T-shirt campaign is investigating claims that the products were made in sweatshop conditions. The fashion retailer Whistles, which sells the garments for £45 each has been suspected of getting the items produced by female workers in Mauritius for 62p per hour and in conditions where workers sleep 16 to a room. The women's rights charity the Fawcett Society who are behind the t-shirt which has been supported by Elle Magazine have begun looking into auditing the suppliers.