Tansy Hoskins is an award-winning writer and journalist specialising in the garment industry. She is the author of ‘Foot Work: What Your Shoes Are Doing to the World’ and ‘Stitched Up: The Anti-Capitalist Book of Fashion’.
Published in: Home: FeatureHeat stress fears for migrant workers persist ahead of Qatar World Cup
With the tournament just months away, health experts say new heat stress legislation isn’t enough to protect workers
Published in: ourEconomy: FeatureCan urban mining help to save the planet?
Recycling rare metals from our waste could help us to reduce extractive mining. But urban mining's value depends on...
Published in: 50.50: FeatureViolence against women garment workers increased during pandemic
Women workers experienced more verbal, physical and sexual violence under COVID-19, reveals report into garment...
Published in: ourEconomy: NewsReport says soldiers shot three dead at Myanmar factory making US cowboy boots
A labour rights organisation says the soldiers also arrested 17 outside the shoe factory – for asking for wages
Published in: ourEconomy: Investigation'They left us starving': How the fashion industry abandoned its workers
Fashion brands must end exploitation in supply chains and offer fair salaries and working conditions, say industry experts.
Published in: ourEconomy: InvestigationBehind the shine: how the jewellery trade relies on minerals tainted with death
Leading companies are turning a blind eye to violence, exploitation and environmental destruction in the global...