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An incomplete list of organizations working for human rights for garment workers

100 Years of Shame © Lynn Estomin

Labour Behind the Label
A network of organizations supporting garment workers' efforts worldwide to defend rights and improve wages

Shirt on Your Back
An interactive website tracing the human cost of the garment industry in Bangladesh.

Clean Clothes Campaign
The Clean Clothes Campaign is dedicated to improving working conditions and supporting the empowerment of workers in the global garment and sportswear industries.

International Labor Rights Forum
A human rights organization that holds global corporations accountable for labor rights violations in their supply chains, advances policies and laws that protect workers, and strengthens workers’ ability to advocate for their rights

Send Us Your Story
If you worked in a central PA textile mill or factory and would like to contribute your story and/or photographs to the Lycoming County Historical Society to preserve the information for future generations, click the link above or call the LCHS curator at 570.326.3326.

Donate Clothing Labels for Art
Cut labels from clothing made in third world countries and send for use in artwork about factory safety issues. All proceeds from sale of art will be donated to survivors of Rana Plaza disaster. Email artist at estomin@lycoming.edu or send labels to: Lynn Estomin, Art Dept., Lycoming College, 700 College Place, Williamsport, PA 17701.

Human Rights Watch
International organization working for human rights

Fashion Victims
an urban action inspired by the Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh

Reality Check
Reality Show Sends Fashion Bloggers to Work in Cambodian Sweatshop

John Oliver: Fashion
Where do those cheap clothes come from?

The Fashion Law
Fashion by the numbers