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Just Transition in Fashion: Can it happen?

Professor Donna Marshall’s presentation will explore the tensions between economic, social and environmental demands of a fast fashion giant and the impact on its supply chain and specifically its workers.  



This presentation will give the results of research with a fashion brand, who we call, a fashion giant, that are trying to implement a just transition in their supply chain.  The research explored the tensions between economic, social and environmental demands of the brand and the impact on its supply chain and specifically its workers.  

Prof. Donna Marshall

Professor Donna Marshall has taught, researched and championed fair and responsible supply chains for over 25 years. Her teaching and research focuses on developing supply chain leaders for environmentally and socially sustainable supply chains and procurement. She has worked with hundreds of companies from the world’s largest brands to start ups and SMEs and works with international institutions, NGOs, companies, industry bodies, governments and the media focusing on supply chain sustainability and supply chain transparency issues.

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