Discussing Modern Slavery & Transparency in Fashion at the House of Lords
FashionCapital / Fashion Enter Ltd CEO Jenny Holloway has been invited as the spokesperson of the company to openly discuss modern slavery and transparency within the fashion industry at the House of Lords this month.
Hosted by Baroness Young of Hornsey the roundtable event entitled: ‘A Good Look: Fashion, Modern Slavery & Transparency’ will examine how brands can make the most of legislation and collaborate to achieve best outcomes.
Alongside Jenny Holloway key industry contributors include: Adam Cole from The White Company, Fiona Sadler representing Marks & Spencer and Elaine Mitchel-Hill from Marshalls.
The two-hour session will aim to:
- Focus on how brands can continue to improve; engaging with suppliers, living up to policy measures, and creating training opportunities for staff.
- Consider evaluation and effectiveness of work so far; audits and innovation, reporting serious issues, remediation.
- Consider the process for developing an action plan; resources available, areas for collaboration, going beyond compliance.
The roundtable session will take place on 20th November and is open to invited individuals from the fashion, retail and business sector.