Maeve Galvin of C&A Foundation argues that phone technology could transform conditions in the apparel supply chain if data is public and allows workers to have a voice

The power of technology lies in its ability to connect people and mobilise communities. Today, most garment industry workers have a phone in their hand. In recent years, I’ve been part of work exploring and learning about ways to give them a voice through that technology.

While technology has helped...

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