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COVID-19 and beyond: Making gender equality a reality Business Resilience: How can garment factories bounce back from COVID-19? Technical webinar: Environmental Regulatory Systems in the Textile & Garment Sector ILO – Sweden Regional Meeting on Promoting Decent Work in Garment Sector Supply Chains in Asia Investing in the post COVID–19 garment sector in Asia: How should gender and environment be integrated for decent work? Videos What works to eliminate gender inequality in the Asian garment sector? Video highlight - Moving the Needle: Gender equality and decent work in Asia’s garment sector COVID-19 impacts on women garment workers Online Seminar: How is COVID 19 changing the digital landscape for the textile and garment industry Asian dialogues on sustainability - COVID-19 and beyond: "How can social dialogue help us get through the crisis together?" Press releases Asia still ‘garment factory of the world’ yet faces numerous challenges as industry evolves Asia Garment Hub - A digital gateway to sustainability and decent work resources for the garment and textiles industry - is launched Women hit hard by COVID-19 impact on garment sector Expert roundtables explores how COVID-19 might reshape garment production in Asia ILO and Sweden join forces to promote decent work in Asian garment supply chains Resource list COVID-19 business resilience guides for garment factories in Asia © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 1158847.6 - https://www.ilo.org/asia/proje...WCMS_681538/lang--zh/index.htm
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COVID-19 and beyond: Making gender equality a reality Business Resilience: How can garment factories bounce back from COVID-19? Technical webinar: Environmental Regulatory Systems in the Textile & Garment Sector ILO – Sweden Regional Meeting on Promoting Decent Work in Garment Sector Supply Chains in Asia Investing in the post COVID–19 garment sector in Asia: How should gender and environment be integrated for decent work? Videos What works to eliminate gender inequality in the Asian garment sector? Video highlight - Moving the Needle: Gender equality and decent work in Asia’s garment sector COVID-19 impacts on women garment workers Online Seminar: How is COVID 19 changing the digital landscape for the textile and garment industry Asian dialogues on sustainability - COVID-19 and beyond: "How can social dialogue help us get through the crisis together?" Press releases Asia still ‘garment factory of the world’ yet faces numerous challenges as industry evolves Asia Garment Hub - A digital gateway to sustainability and decent work resources for the garment and textiles industry - is launched Women hit hard by COVID-19 impact on garment sector Expert roundtables explores how COVID-19 might reshape garment production in Asia ILO and Sweden join forces to promote decent work in Asian garment supply chains Resource list COVID-19 business resilience guides for garment factories in Asia © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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The method she developed creates additional garments from the pattern layout waste areas that are usually sent to the landfill. (...) The shapes created by traditional garments pattern layout create repeatedly usable shapes for garment creation with the waste fabrics. (...) It is possible for fashion designers to mine the layout patterns waste area for additional garments. Patterns can be made in the “waste fabric” areas along side the original garments patterns once the layout of originating garments in formed.  
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Score: 1151888.3 - https://sdgs.un.org/partnerships/melissa-lockwood
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Garment companies in Laos mostly depend on imported fibre, yarn and fabric for assembling as finished garments that are then re-exported. (...) One area of support for productivity enhancement in the Lao garment industry is improvement in import procedures of raw materials and prompt service for the export of ready-made garments. (...) In the next steps, the Lao Textile and Garment Industry Group in collaboration with the government will need to work hard to negotiate for market access for each category of garments.
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Score: 1148513.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...p_e/casestudies_e/case22_e.htm
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Cambodia Garment Bulletin Issue 1 - MC libroap ML JR nomarkup - 010c Labour standards in global supply chains A programme of action for Asia and the garment sector July 2015 Cambodia Garment and Footwear Sector Bulletin | Issue 1 Growth continues for Cambodia’s garment and footwear sector Cambodia’s garment and footwear industry, a key sector for the country’s economy, continued to per- form well in 2014. (...) The garment and footwear sector remains a key industry for Cambodia. (...) Monthly minimum wages applicable to the garment sector in Asia’s major garment exporting countries, as of 1 January 2015 (US$) * Effective as of 1 January 2015.
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Score: 1146442.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_383562.pdf
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Improving Labour Relations for Decent Work and Sustainable Development in the Myanmar Garment Industry (ILO – GIP) The ILO-GIP project aims to reduce poverty and contribute to the empowerment of Myanmar women working in the garment industry by improving labour relations, social dialogue and gender equality. (...) Tags: decent work, labour relations, collective bargaining, sustainable development Regions and countries covered: Myanmar Tools This content is available in Myanmar A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Garment sector in Myanmar: A labour law training that brings workers and employers closer See also Presentation ILO-GIP project closing presentation Videos Sectoral collective bargaining – Learning from the experience in the Jordanian garment sector 450 executive committee members of factory-level trade unions deliver training on sound industrial relations in the garment sector Publications The impact of COVID-19 in Myanmar: a study of workers laid-off in the garment sector [pdf 560KB] The impact of COVID-19 in Myanmar: a study of income loss of workers in the garment sector [pdf 668KB] Promoting dialogue in the Myanmar garment sector Toward sustainable impact of the ILO-GIP social dialogue training in the Myanmar garment industry Investing in the future of industrial relations training: Findings of a feasibility study for a sustainable training mechanism in Myanmar [pdf 1531KB] Voluntary Labour Compliance Assessment for Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association [pdf 772KB] Skilled Workers Matter: The business case for addressing absenteeism and turnover in the Myanmar’s garment sector [pdf 955KB] All Aboard! On-Boarding Training Package for Workers in Myanmar Garment Factories [pdf 2884KB] Automation and Digitization in the Myanmar Garment Sector [pdf 1638KB] Weaving Gender: Challenges and opportunities for the Myanmar garment industry [pdf 976KB] Articles Promoting career pathways for women in the Myanmar’s garment industry Myanmar apparel: ILO project helps factories to improve efficiency and productivity News items The Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association (MGMA) launches 4 new products to support the sustainable and inclusive development of the industry ILO: Women’s empowerment and skills development are critical to ensure sustained growth in Myanmar’s garment sector Myanmar garment industry managers trained on fair HR procedures ILO and major garment trade unions sign agreement to promote social dialogue ILO Lab opens up to promote sound industrial relations in the Myanmar garment sector Event Garment Suppliers briefed on sound labour relations for decent work Documents Project Brief No. 2: ILO-GIP [pdf 797KB] Project Brief: ILO-GIP [pdf 811KB] Web pages H&M Group's Sustainability initiative Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) Inclusive Labour Markets, Labour Relations and Working Conditions Branch (INWORK) Social Dialogue and Tripartism Unit (DIALOGUE) ILO Resources on the textiles, clothing, leather and footwear sector ILO Legal Database on Industrial Relations Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 1146382.1 - https://www.ilo.org/yangon/pro...WCMS_568604/lang--en/index.htm
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Improving Labour Relations for Decent Work and Sustainable Development in the Myanmar Garment Industry (ILO – GIP) The ILO-GIP project aims to reduce poverty and contribute to the empowerment of Myanmar women working in the garment industry by improving labour relations, social dialogue and gender equality. (...) Tags: decent work, labour relations, collective bargaining, sustainable development Regions and countries covered: Myanmar Tools This content is available in Myanmar A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Garment sector in Myanmar: A labour law training that brings workers and employers closer See also Presentation ILO-GIP project closing presentation Videos Sectoral collective bargaining – Learning from the experience in the Jordanian garment sector 450 executive committee members of factory-level trade unions deliver training on sound industrial relations in the garment sector Publications The impact of COVID-19 in Myanmar: a study of workers laid-off in the garment sector [pdf 560KB] The impact of COVID-19 in Myanmar: a study of income loss of workers in the garment sector [pdf 668KB] Promoting dialogue in the Myanmar garment sector Toward sustainable impact of the ILO-GIP social dialogue training in the Myanmar garment industry Investing in the future of industrial relations training: Findings of a feasibility study for a sustainable training mechanism in Myanmar [pdf 1531KB] Voluntary Labour Compliance Assessment for Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association [pdf 772KB] Skilled Workers Matter: The business case for addressing absenteeism and turnover in the Myanmar’s garment sector [pdf 955KB] All Aboard! On-Boarding Training Package for Workers in Myanmar Garment Factories [pdf 2884KB] Automation and Digitization in the Myanmar Garment Sector [pdf 1638KB] Weaving Gender: Challenges and opportunities for the Myanmar garment industry [pdf 976KB] Articles Promoting career pathways for women in the Myanmar’s garment industry Myanmar apparel: ILO project helps factories to improve efficiency and productivity News items The Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association (MGMA) launches 4 new products to support the sustainable and inclusive development of the industry ILO: Women’s empowerment and skills development are critical to ensure sustained growth in Myanmar’s garment sector Myanmar garment industry managers trained on fair HR procedures ILO and major garment trade unions sign agreement to promote social dialogue ILO Lab opens up to promote sound industrial relations in the Myanmar garment sector Event Garment Suppliers briefed on sound labour relations for decent work Documents Project Brief No. 2: ILO-GIP [pdf 797KB] Project Brief: ILO-GIP [pdf 811KB] Web pages H&M Group's Sustainability initiative Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) Inclusive Labour Markets, Labour Relations and Working Conditions Branch (INWORK) Social Dialogue and Tripartism Unit (DIALOGUE) ILO Resources on the textiles, clothing, leather and footwear sector ILO Legal Database on Industrial Relations Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 1146382.1 - www.ilo.org/yangon/proj...WCMS_568604/lang--en/index.htm
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The Cambodia Garment and Footwear Sector Bulletin, published twice a year by the project, supported evidence-based decision-making by ILO’s tripartite constituents in Cambodia in the context of minimum wage negotiations in the garment sector. (...) The TUS-CBA brings together 18 major trade union federations and confederations representing workers in the garment sector in Cambodia. The objective of these negotiations is to establish a sectoral-level (multi-employer) collective bargaining agreement (CBA) in Cambodia’s garment sector. Cambodia Garment and Footwear Sector Bulletin Issue 1: Growth continues for Cambodia’s garment and footwear sector Issue 2: Solid first half of 2015 for Cambodia's garment and footwear sector Issue 3: How is Cambodia’s minimum wage adjusted?
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Score: 1145033.7 - https://www.ilo.org/asia/proje...WCMS_414169/lang--en/index.htm
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The Cambodia Garment and Footwear Sector Bulletin, published twice a year by the project, supported evidence-based decision-making by ILO’s tripartite constituents in Cambodia in the context of minimum wage negotiations in the garment sector. (...) The TUS-CBA brings together 18 major trade union federations and confederations representing workers in the garment sector in Cambodia. The objective of these negotiations is to establish a sectoral-level (multi-employer) collective bargaining agreement (CBA) in Cambodia’s garment sector. Cambodia Garment and Footwear Sector Bulletin Issue 1: Growth continues for Cambodia’s garment and footwear sector Issue 2: Solid first half of 2015 for Cambodia's garment and footwear sector Issue 3: How is Cambodia’s minimum wage adjusted?
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Score: 1145033.7 - www.ilo.org/asia/projec...WCMS_414169/lang--en/index.htm
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Labour standards in global supply chains A programme of action for Asia and the garment sector October 2015 Cambodian Garment and Footwear Sector Bulletin | Issue 2 Solid first half of 2015 for Cambodia’s garment and footwear sector Cambodia’s garment and footwear industry, the backbone of the country’s economy, continued to perform solidly in the first half of 2015. (...) Market share of the top 15 garment and footwear exporters, 1995-2014 (in % of garment and footwear exports of all developing countries) 1995 2005 2010 2012 2013 2014 1. (...) Employment in the garment and footwear sector Employment in the garment and footwear sector continued to expand during the first half of 2015.
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Score: 1144825.6 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_421104.pdf
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