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Apparel Textile Sourcing Canada (ATSC) Trade Show

WRAP is pleased to sponsor Apparel Textile Sourcing (ATS)’s upcoming trade show in Canada (ATSC), the largest international sourcing event focused on North American apparel, textile, and fashion sectors. Attendees will be able to connect with 200+ exhibitors from the world’s leading sourcing destinations and learn more about trending supply chain and compliance issues from […]

Recording of AAFA Virtual Training on Social Responsibility

WRAP’s Vice President of Stakeholder Engagement, Mark Jaeger, was a featured speaker in a virtual training hosted by the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA). This session provided context on the development of social compliance programs and the real-world constraints on program effectiveness. It also reviewed strategies for promoting social compliance across the supply chain. […]

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AAFA Virtual Training on Social Responsibility

WRAP’s Vice President of Stakeholder Engagement, Mark Jaeger, will be a featured speaker in an upcoming members-only webinar hosted by the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA). This virtual training will benefit AAFA members who are interested in or new to social compliance and/or environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues in the apparel, footwear, or […]

WRAP session at USFIA Washington Trade Symposium to address audit fatigue

Our President and CEO, Avedis Seferian, will be a featured speaker in a session at the United States Fashion Industry Association (USFIA)’s 2023 Washington Trade Symposium. For the first time, this event will be hybrid; it will be held in-person in Washington D.C., but can be attended virtually from anywhere in the world. Our session, […]

Sustainable Apparel and Textiles Conference

Wednesday, June 21, 20233:30 – 4:15 p.m. ET Verizon Executive Education Center (Cornell Tech)2 W Loop Rd.New York City, NY. 10044 WRAP’s President and CEO, Avedis Seferian, will be a featured speaker at Innovation Forum’s two-day conference in New York. His session will explore how social compliance standards can align to tackle audit fatigue and […]

Panel discussion on cultural impact of Rana Plaza at 2023 Sustainability Summit

WRAP’s President and CEO, Avedis Seferian, was a featured speaker at Sourcing Journal’s 2023 Sustainability Summit in New York. He joined a panel discussion on how the tragic collapse of Rana Plaza impacted the social compliance landscape and global discourse about human rights issues in supply chains. Learn more about the insights and personal testimonies […]

2023 Worker Survey Report

This paper shares the findings of a joint worker survey conducted from October 2021 – March 2023 in labor-intensive manufacturing facilities in exporting countries. Six nonprofit social compliance organizations collaborated on the deployment of the survey tool in their partnering facilities. The 14,739 workers surveyed were primarily based in Bangladesh, Vietnam, India, Italy, and Turkey; […]

10 Years Later: Lessons from the Rana Plaza Tragedy

It has been one decade since the deadly collapse of Rana Plaza dominated global headlines. Ten years later, industry leaders, social compliance experts, labor advocates, and government leaders around the world still feel the impact of the 1,134 lives lost. In an article published by Sourcing Journal, WRAP’s President and CEO explores the lessons that […]

Reflecting on the lingering implications of the Rana Plaza tragedy: a conversation on Rachelle Jackson’s Business & Human Rights podcast.

WRAP’s President and CEO, Avedis Seferian, joined the “Business and Human Rights with Rachelle” podcast to discuss the 10-year anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh. This episode explores businesses’ responses to the historic tragedy, what the industry learned in terms of prevention, and what the world now expects when it comes to […]

Accountability in the apparel industry 10 years after Rana Plaza

WRAP’s President and CEO, Avedis Seferian, joins the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA)’s Vice President of Policy, Nate Herman, for a discussion on accountability in the apparel industry ahead of the 10-year anniversary of the collapse of Rana Plaza.