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Fashion Quiz


Which of the following cotton producing countries does not have any reported incidents of child or forced labour in cotton harvesting?

  • United States of America
  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • Turkey

Points: 1

Which of the following cotton producing countries does not have any reported incidents of child or forced labour in cotton harvesting?

  • United States of America
  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • Turkey

Points: 2

What is a key driver of exploitation in the fashion industry?

  • The 'Fast Fashion' cycle
  • Desire in developed countries for cheaper clothes
  • Poverty and the need for work in producing countries
  • All of the above

Points: 2

True or False. It is only cheap clothes where slavery related practices occur in the supply chain.

  • True
  • False

    The cost of a garment gives little indication of the working conditions in it's supply chains

Points: 1

What is one of the biggest challenges in addressing slavery and child labour in the garment supply chain?

  • Complexity of the supply chain.

    By the time a garment reaches yoiur wardrobe it may have travelled through many countries and has dozens of workers contribute to it's production

  • Difficulty in supplying enough clothes for the world.
  • Global Warming
  • Parents want their children to work rather than go to school.

Points: 3

What is the best thing a consumer can do to help the fashion industry?

  • Boycott labels doing the wrong thing.
  • Stop buying new clothes
  • Preference buying from fashion labels who make public what they are doing
  • Only buy more expensive clothes

Points: 5

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