Annual Public Reports

"Today’s agreement on fighting sweatshop practices is an historic step toward reducing sweatshop labor around the world and will give American consumers confidence that the clothes they buy are made under decent and humane working conditions."
President Bill Clinton
November 3, 1998

In 1996, President Clinton convened a meeting of multinational companies and NGOs at the White House and challenged them to work together to improve working conditions in the apparel and footwear industries. This group became the Fair Labor Association, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization incorporated in 1999.

Today, FLA is a collaborative effort of universities, civil society organizations, and socially responsible companies dedicated to protecting workers’ rights around the world. Our work is not limited to any geographic region or industry; we operate around the world and make a positive difference in agriculture, apparel, and footwear.

Learn about our history and achievements in our annual reports

  • Annual Public Reports

    2019 Annual Report

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    2017 Annual Public Report

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    2014 Annual Public Report

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    2015 Annual Public Report

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    2013 Annual Public Report

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    2012 Annual Public Report

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