How many kids made your clothes? Download the free app and find out

Here’s something that really changes the game. A plug-in that lets you know when you’re viewing a product made using child labour.

If you have ever browsed a site thinking ‘I wonder if these clothes are ethically made?’, worry and wonder no more. Fast Company has recently published an article about it.
Read the Fast Company article

Simply download the app and you’ll see a hand appear where the product would have. Make sure you’re using Chrome or Safari as your browser otherwise it won’t work.

“The aVOID Plug-In is a quick and effective way of protesting against child labour. Avoiding products that are associated with the exploitation of children forces manufacturers to tighten up their control procedures.”
Download the aVOID app 

Below are some screen shots of what happened when I searched on Abercrombie & Fitch, and American Apparel using the sites target.com and asos.com.

App for ethical fashion

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