FTA has published a position paper on the European Commission proposal to restrict a list of Carcinogens, Mutagens and Reprotoxicants in textiles in direct contact with the skin.
In March, FTA celebrated the Swiss National Contact Group’s 10th anniversary, looking at its evolution in the past decade and towards 2030, through FTA’s strategic long-term vision.
Marking one year since the signing of the Paris Agreement, FTA celebrates Earth Day and reflects on efforts to fight climate change.
In late March, FTA officially opened its new office in Dhaka, which will contribute towards an increased presence and support on the ground, as well as strengthened services.
FTA along with the Foreign Trade Association of German Retailers (AVE) held a two-day workshop in Yangon on CSR and BSCI in the textile value chain.
In late March, FTA organised a high-level forum in Dhaka, Bangladesh to address the future social and employment challenges for the ready-made garments (RMG) and leather sector.
FTA participated in the Chemical Watch Global Business Summit 2017, which provided a platform to discuss current chemical legislation and its impacts for businesses and global supply chains.
On 29 March, the UK triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, initiating the process of leaving the EU. FTA will continue to advocate for a smart Brexit process that safeguards open markets and business interests.
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FTA is pleased to announce some of the powerful speakers that will inspire and share their experiences through a series of practical talks, debates and workshops.