Protecting Workers' Rights Worldwide

COVID-19 Workplace-Level Preparations & Safeguards

Protect worker income and health

FLA joins a coalition seeking to protect workers amid COVID-19

New Report on Project Addressing Wages in India's Seed Sector

Case Study Reflects on Lessons Learned from Turkey Cotton Project

Report offers recommendations for addressing forced labor


Since 1999, FLA has helped improve the lives of millions of workers around the world. As a collaborative effort of socially responsible companies, colleges and universities, and civil society organizations, FLA creates lasting solutions to abusive labor practices by offering tools and resources to companies, delivering training to factory workers and management, conducting due diligence through independent assessments, and advocating for greater accountability and transparency from companies, manufacturers, factories and others involved in global supply chains.
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Which brands participate?

 Is your favorite brand a part of the FLA? Learn more about the conditions in factories where your clothing, electronics, food and other products are made.

Participating Companies »

Ensuring accountability

 FLA publishes reports on all assessments, complaints and investigations to ensure transparency and accountability.

Transparency »

Is your school involved?

 Together, FLA and its university affiliates promote the ethical production of collegiate products.

FLA affiliated universities »


 The FLA's Safeguard tools provide ways to address instances of significant or persistent non-compliance with the FLA Code.

Safeguards and Third Party Complaints »


Following an FLA assessment, Liz Claiborne works with a supplier factory to address health and safety issues and end harassment.

adidas and Nike work with a Vietnamese apparel supplier to prevent forced labor, respect freedom of association, and protect the health and safety of the factory's 2,275 workers following an FLA assessment.

SanMar Corporation works with supplier factory following an FLA assessment to ensure timely and accurate compensation for workers producing garments.