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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

Description

Clothing is items worn on the body. Clothing is typically made of fabrics or textiles but over time has included garments made from animal skin or other thin sheets of materials put together. The wearing of clothing is mostly restricted to human beings and is a feature of all human societies. The amount and type of clothing worn depends on gender, body type, social, and geographic considerations.

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Organizations relating to Clothing

International Association of Costume / Tokyo, Japan
Our Little Brothers and Sisters / Cuernavaca, Mexico / Est. 1954
International Formalwear Association / Chicago IL, USA / Est. 1980
International Fabricare Institute / Laurel MD, USA / Est. 1972
World Naked Bike Ride
International Apparel Federation / Zeist, Netherlands / Est. 1977
Textile and Clothing Information Center / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1981
International Glove Association / Brookville PA, USA / Est. 2003
Industrial Federation Paints and Coats of Mercosul / Sao Paulo, Brazil
EURATEX - The European Apparel and Textile Confederation / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1996
International Association of Clothing Designers and Executives / Überlingen, Germany / Est. 1910
International Taxicab and Livery Association / Est. 1966
Clean Clothes Campaign / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1990
Asia-Pacific Textile and Clothing Industry Forum
ICOM International Committee for Museums and Collections of Costume / London, UK
International Textile and Apparel Association / Knoxville TN, USA / Est. 1979
International Textiles and Clothing Bureau / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1984
Appel détresse / La Chapelle-sur-Erdre, France / Est. 1974
International Costumer\'s Guild / St Louis MO, USA / Est. 1985
Euro-Mediterranean Circle of Textile and Clothing Managers / Est. 2004
Asia Floor Wage Alliance / Delhi, India / Est. 2007
Fair Wear Foundation / Amsterdam, Netherlands
European Society for Protective Clothing / Loughborough, UK / Est. 1997
Central America - Dominican Republic Apparel and Textile Council
Sustainable Apparel Coalition / San Francisco CA, USA / Est. 2009

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World Problems relating to Clothing

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Environmental hazards from textile and clothing industries
Protectionism in the textile and apparel industries
Unethical practices in the apparel industry
Clothes moths
Interrogation while naked
Indecent art
Instability of textile and clothing industries
Long-term shortage of clothing

Action Strategies relating to Clothing

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting against environmental hazards from textile and clothing industries
Researching criminal involvement in clothes production
Reducing protectionism in clothing and textiles
Operating a fashion house
Assuring healthful apparel
Publicizing disease-causing apparel
Providing fair employment conditions in garment factories
Making clothing store contracts
Avoiding naked flesh
Enabling group clothing production
Fashioning distinctive wearing apparel
Supplying ready made clothing
Wearing restrictive clothing
Wearing common symbolic clothing
Identifying-Contrasting
Corrupting garment industry
Abolishing unethical practices in the apparel industry
Wearing decadent clothing
Wearing
Wearing distinctive functional uniforms
Changing unhygienic clothing
Choosing natural fibres
Eliminating nakedness in indigenous cultures
Promoting contact among clothing manufacturers
Neglecting making clothes

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