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Gendered impacts of COVID-19 on the garment sector This brief, co-authored by the ILO and Better Work, aims to raise awareness of the gendered reality of COVID-19 and to outline some of the ways in which the pandemic impacts women and men workers in the garment sector in the short, medium and long terms. (...) Download: Gendered impacts of COVID-19 on the garment sector pdf - 0.5 MB Given that women account for approximately 80 per cent of the garment sector workforce, many of the sectoral impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have and will continue to disproportionately affect women. (...) Tags: decent work, clothing and textile industries, manufacturing, gender equality, value chains Regions and countries covered: Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Myanmar, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Viet Nam, Indonesia, Korea, Republic of Tools A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Press release Women hit hard by COVID-19 impact on garment sector Video COVID-19 impacts on women garment workers Project Decent Work in the Garment Sector Supply Chains in Asia Web page ILO portal on COVID-19 and the world of work © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Women's Leadership in Social Dialogue for Gender Equality in the Asian Garment Sector Promising practices in advancing equality and non-discrimination in the garment sector As part of the Decent Work in Garment Supply Chains Asia project, the ILO and its International Training Center (ITCILO) are holding a five-part webinar series to explore social dialogue-based solutions for advancing gender equality in the garment and apparel sector in Asia. (...) Webinar series Future webinars in this series will cover: 2nd December: Closing the gender pay gap – practical measures and initiatives in the garment sector 16th December: Sharing is caring: unpaid care work, families and the world of work 6th January: Ending violence and harassment in the garment sector– what will it take? About the project The Decent Work in Garment Supply Chains Asia project aims to bring together knowledge and insight from across the garment sector in Asia, and enhance regional action and industry coordination to drive decent work and sustainability goals.
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Call to Action COVID-19: Action in the Global Garment Industry COVID-19: Action in the Global Garment Industry aims to catalyse action from across the global garment industry to support manufacturers to survive the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect garment workers’ income, health and employment. This global action also calls for work on sustainable systems of social protection for a more just and resilient garment industry. The Call to Action sets out urgent priorities and specific commitments for organizations across the industry to endorse as the first step to collective action to achieve these goals. (...) Other organizations who wish to endorse the Call to Action or have technical or other questions may also be directed to the ILO at betterwork@ilo.org Further information Documents Priority Country Update – June 2021 [pdf 431KB] COVID 19: Action in the Global Garment Industry 2021 Outlook [pdf 560KB] COVID-19: Call to action in the garment industry [pdf 116KB] Call to Action Progresses at the National Level (October 2020) Report from the inaugural meeting of the International Working Group of the Garment Industry Call to Action Tags: employment, workers, social protection, income, economic sectors, clothing and textile industries, international cooperation, multilateral system, occupational safety and health, safety management Tools This content is available in Bahasa Indonesia A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Organizations endorsing the Call to Action in the garment industry Call to Action Questions and Answers: Action in the Global Garment Industry Working Group Members of the Garment Industry Call to Action See also Press release ILO welcomes joint action to tackle COVID-19 threats to global garment industry © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Call to Action COVID-19: Action in the Global Garment Industry COVID-19: Action in the Global Garment Industry aims to catalyse action from across the global garment industry to support manufacturers to survive the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect garment workers’ income, health and employment. This global action also calls for work on sustainable systems of social protection for a more just and resilient garment industry. The Call to Action sets out urgent priorities and specific commitments for organizations across the industry to endorse as the first step to collective action to achieve these goals. (...) Other organizations who wish to endorse the Call to Action or have technical or other questions may also be directed to the ILO at betterwork@ilo.org Further information Documents Priority Country Update – June 2021 [pdf 431KB] COVID 19: Action in the Global Garment Industry 2021 Outlook [pdf 560KB] COVID-19: Call to action in the garment industry [pdf 116KB] Call to Action Progresses at the National Level (October 2020) Report from the inaugural meeting of the International Working Group of the Garment Industry Call to Action Tags: employment, workers, social protection, income, economic sectors, clothing and textile industries, international cooperation, multilateral system, occupational safety and health, safety management Tools This content is available in Bahasa Indonesia A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Organizations endorsing the Call to Action in the garment industry Call to Action Questions and Answers: Action in the Global Garment Industry Working Group Members of the Garment Industry Call to Action See also Press release ILO welcomes joint action to tackle COVID-19 threats to global garment industry © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Call to Action COVID-19: Action in the Global Garment Industry COVID-19: Action in the Global Garment Industry aims to catalyse action from across the global garment industry to support manufacturers to survive the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect garment workers’ income, health and employment. This global action also calls for work on sustainable systems of social protection for a more just and resilient garment industry. The Call to Action sets out urgent priorities and specific commitments for organizations across the industry to endorse as the first step to collective action to achieve these goals. (...) Other organizations who wish to endorse the Call to Action or have technical or other questions may also be directed to the ILO at betterwork@ilo.org Further information Documents Priority Country Update – June 2021 [pdf 431KB] COVID 19: Action in the Global Garment Industry 2021 Outlook [pdf 560KB] COVID-19: Call to action in the garment industry [pdf 116KB] Call to Action Progresses at the National Level (October 2020) Report from the inaugural meeting of the International Working Group of the Garment Industry Call to Action Tags: employment, workers, social protection, income, economic sectors, clothing and textile industries, international cooperation, multilateral system, occupational safety and health, safety management Tools This content is available in Bahasa Indonesia A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Organizations endorsing the Call to Action in the garment industry Call to Action Questions and Answers: Action in the Global Garment Industry Working Group Members of the Garment Industry Call to Action See also Press release ILO welcomes joint action to tackle COVID-19 threats to global garment industry © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Call to Action COVID-19: Action in the Global Garment Industry COVID-19: Action in the Global Garment Industry aims to catalyse action from across the global garment industry to support manufacturers to survive the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect garment workers’ income, health and employment. This global action also calls for work on sustainable systems of social protection for a more just and resilient garment industry. The Call to Action sets out urgent priorities and specific commitments for organizations across the industry to endorse as the first step to collective action to achieve these goals. (...) Other organizations who wish to endorse the Call to Action or have technical or other questions may also be directed to the ILO at betterwork@ilo.org Further information Documents Priority Country Update – June 2021 [pdf 431KB] COVID 19: Action in the Global Garment Industry 2021 Outlook [pdf 560KB] COVID-19: Call to action in the garment industry [pdf 116KB] Call to Action Progresses at the National Level (October 2020) Report from the inaugural meeting of the International Working Group of the Garment Industry Call to Action Tags: employment, workers, social protection, income, economic sectors, clothing and textile industries, international cooperation, multilateral system, occupational safety and health, safety management Tools This content is available in Bahasa Indonesia A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Organizations endorsing the Call to Action in the garment industry Call to Action Questions and Answers: Action in the Global Garment Industry Working Group Members of the Garment Industry Call to Action See also Press release ILO welcomes joint action to tackle COVID-19 threats to global garment industry © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Call to Action COVID-19: Action in the Global Garment Industry COVID-19: Action in the Global Garment Industry aims to catalyse action from across the global garment industry to support manufacturers to survive the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect garment workers’ income, health and employment. This global action also calls for work on sustainable systems of social protection for a more just and resilient garment industry. The Call to Action sets out urgent priorities and specific commitments for organizations across the industry to endorse as the first step to collective action to achieve these goals. (...) Other organizations who wish to endorse the Call to Action or have technical or other questions may also be directed to the ILO at betterwork@ilo.org Further information Documents Priority Country Update – June 2021 [pdf 431KB] COVID 19: Action in the Global Garment Industry 2021 Outlook [pdf 560KB] COVID-19: Call to action in the garment industry [pdf 116KB] Call to Action Progresses at the National Level (October 2020) Report from the inaugural meeting of the International Working Group of the Garment Industry Call to Action Tags: employment, workers, social protection, income, economic sectors, clothing and textile industries, international cooperation, multilateral system, occupational safety and health, safety management Tools This content is available in Bahasa Indonesia A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Organizations endorsing the Call to Action in the garment industry Call to Action Questions and Answers: Action in the Global Garment Industry Working Group Members of the Garment Industry Call to Action See also Press release ILO welcomes joint action to tackle COVID-19 threats to global garment industry © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Report highlights need for gender equality in Asia’s garment sector A new ILO report 'Moving the Needle: Gender equality and decent work in Asia’s garment sector' examines the status and trends relating to women and gender dynamics in Asia’s garment sector while providing a roadmap for action to accelerate progress towards gender equality. News | 06 May 2021 Garment workers in Hai Phong, Viet Nam. © ILO Over the last three decades, the garment sector in Asia has been a key entry point for women entering the formal economy, bringing with it unprecedented opportunities for advancing women’s economic empowerment. (...) Four key issues impacting gender equality in Asia’s garment industry This report has been produced under the Decent Work in the Garment Sector Supply Chains in Asia initiative, funded by the Government of Sweden.
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Garment sector in Asia and the Pacific Women hit hard by COVID-19 impact on garment sector A new brief highlights COVID-19 impacts on women and men workers in the garment sector and recommendations for a gender-responsive recovery. (...) The Asia-Pacific region employed an estimated 65 million garment sector workers in 2019, accounting for 75 per cent of all garment workers worldwide. (...) Gendered impacts of COVID-19 on the garment sector was developed by the ILO-Sida Decent Work in Garment Supply Chains Asia project and the ILO-IFC Better Work programme.
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More than 4 million people are employed in the garment sector in Indonesia, around 58 per cent of whom are women. There are more than 2,000 medium and large size garment manufacturers in Indonesia. Wages in the garment sector in Indonesia were around US$ 154 per month in 2016, and have grown in nominal terms by around 8.8 per cent per annum since 2012. The raw gender pay gap in Indonesia’ garment sector is approximately 6.8 per cent. Nearly 60 per cent of workers in the garment sector in Indonesia work excessive hours.
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