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Guidelines: Apparel Industry Response to Violence and Harassment in the Workplace

Preventing gender-based violence and harassment (GBVH) in the World of Work has never been of greater importance. Yet, across the supply chain, there is a lack of cohesion or agreement on response. There is a need for guidance and collaboration on approaches and systems to effectively address GBVH in the apparel supply chain.

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