Our business is driven by women—they are the majority of our customers, leaders, employees and supply chain—and we are making industry-leading investments to help ensure they are empowered to reach their full potential.
For more than a dozen years, we have led initiatives like P.A.C.E. and our Human Rights programs that unlock new possibilities for women and girls, embracing a collaborative approach to remove barriers and enhance women’s empowerment and opportunity.
We are committed to upholding and progressing human rights and social dialogue to create a resilient supply chain that ensures the people who make our clothes work in safe, fair conditions and are treated with dignity and respect.
Through transparency and partnership across our supply chain, we can improve workers’ well-being, protect human rights, reduce environmental impacts and improve business performance.
In partnership with suppliers, employees, NGOs, industry associations, investors and communities — our programs work to improve worker representation. We address issues such as workplace cooperation, supervisory skills and gender-based violence. We also support our facilities with environmental capability-building programs.
Through our Personal Advancement & Career Enhancement (P.A.C.E.) program, we collaborate with suppliers, industry partners and communities to create new possibilities for women and adolescent girls around the world, empowering them with the foundational life skills, technical training and support they need to advance at work and in life.