Our Global Blanket Campaign is an appeal for greater transparency in the fashion supply chain. Campaign closing Friday 25 May.
With a turnover of almost $3 trillion USD a year and the demand for fast fashion continuing to grow, the fashion industry shows no sign of slowing down.
Whilst great strides have been made to create more ethical fashion, there remains a great deal of work to be done before we have transparency into how our clothes are made.
As a consumer, you have a powerful voice! You deserve to know that your favourite clothes are free from modern slavery, child labour and exploitation.
The Global Blanket Campaign enables you to join a movement that advocates for change within the fashion industry. We want to work with global brands to motivate them to shine a light on their complex supply chains and help them to make ethically-conscious decisions.
It is simple to have your voice heard. Just follow these four easy steps:
Be sure to share a picture of yourself and your square on social media! Don’t forget to tag @stopthetraffik with #IWantTraffikFreeFashion across all social media.
As we collect your squares, we will stitch them together into one large blanket. We plan to present the blanket and use it to demand greater transparency from fashion brands around the world.
For more information, download the Global Blanket Campaign pack.
This can be useful for individuals and groups alike. Why not host a Global Blanket event to raise awareness of the issue of modern slavery in the fashion industry and raise money for this important cause? You can also host a Clothes Swap or a Fashion Show to create a bigger event!
Campaign closing Friday 25 May.
If you’re interested in hosting a Global Blanket Campaign event or other fundraising options, be sure to read more about how your support helps usHow you can help
Raise awareness of the human cost of our clothes and get a whole new wardrobe!
By watching Sumangali: The Untold Stories, we can begin to learn more about the stories behind our clothes.
Join a movement that advocates for greater transparency within the fashion industry.