ASOS seeks pledges from third parties to tackle modern slavery

ASOS has co-hosted an event at the House of Lords with Baroness Lola Young, co-chair All Party Parliamentary Group on Ethics and Sustainability in Fashion, to challenge attendees to sign a pledge on meaningful practices to tackle modern slavery.

Those attending and speaking include executives from ASOS third-party brands such as Boohoo, Dr Martens, Fred Perry, Missguided and River Island; as well as fellow retailer, M&S.

Nick Beighton, CEO, ASOS, said, “With a growing legislative focus on modern slavery, there’s never been a better time to act together to drive systemic change in the industry. That’s why we’re calling on those present to join us in signing our pledge to tackle modern slavery and move beyond a commitment to more concrete action and collaboration.”

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