In line with our People & Planet Positive agenda, applying the highest duty of care to people within our supply chain has always been the core of how we do business. We recognise human rights concerns such as excessive working hours and forced labour are intractable material issues in the fashion industry. 

While we have in place due diligence systems which facilitate the protection, respect and remedy of human rights, we are committed to actions beyond compliance which drive better working conditions outcomes and ensure human rights for the people that make our products.

Supplier Code of Conduct

Find the private label factory lists for THE ICONIC, ZALORA and Dafiti on their websites.

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Performance to Date

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of own-brand factories have participated in training programmes

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of own-brand water footprint mapped and plans in place to reduce impact

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of the top 30 brands engaged on sustainability and minimum sustainability onboarding criteria for new brands operational

Focus Areas

Fundamental human rights and decent work

Responsible purchasing practices

Worker dialogue and collective bargaining

Living wages

Traceability

Community engagement in our supply chain

2030 Targets

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brands meeting GFG’s human rights standards for brands

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Tier 1 factories assessed against living wages benchmarks where they exist

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purchase orders placed in line with responsible purchasing practices

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of own-brand materials are traceable to the raw material

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workers in Tier 1 factories have participated in training (related to ethical trade)

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workers in Tier 1 factories can access an effective in-factory worker dialogue mechanism

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workers in Tier 1 factories can access an independent grievance mechanism