Outland Denim fighting sex trafficking in Cambodia with jeans

     
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Outland Denim

To raise awareness and offer real-world solutions for women affected by Cambodia's rampant sex trafficking industry. By donating $50 from every pair of jeans sold to anti-trafficking agencies, Outland Denim isn't just being charitable to victims of the sex slave trade, it also employs rescued women and gives them jobs and valuable life skills.

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meghan markle's wears black jeans by outland denim

Meghan Markle's Wears Black Jeans by Outland Denim

Oct 17, 2018· Meghan Markle wore jeans from Outland Denim during her Australia tour. The company supports victims of sex trafficking in Cambodia. Outland Denim’s founders said they were “as

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fighting human trafficking with denim | ep 218: james

Fighting Human Trafficking with Denim | EP 218: James

Fighting Human Trafficking with Denim | Business with Purpose Podcast EP 218: James Bartle, Outland Denim Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Player Embed Share Leave a Review Listen in a New Window Download SoundCloud Stitcher Subscribe on Android Subscribe via RSS Spotify

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business with purpose: fighting human trafficking

Business with Purpose: Fighting Human Trafficking

Sex trafficking is a $99 billion industry, and human trafficking in its total is a $150 billion industry. The statistics around human trafficking can feel incredibly overwhelming and at times it can feel like there is just no way that we could ever make a real change in this industry. A denim company is striving to make a dent and a real difference in fighting human trafficking. My guest this

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changing the world one pair of jeans at a time | mindfood

Changing the World One Pair of Jeans at a Time | MiNDFOOD

The sudden influx in sales meant that Outland Denim was able to hire 15 more Khmer women to work at the company’s denim producing facility in Cambodia. In Bartle’s eyes, that means helping more women escape human trafficking and exploitation.

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founding ceo james bartle on outland denim's life-changing

Founding CEO James Bartle On Outland Denim's Life-Changing

James Bartle is tackling the fashion industry’s biggest ethical and environmental issues with a wardrobe staple - denim jeans. The founding CEO of Outland Denim, Bartle established the purpose-led business to help fight modern slavery and sex trafficking. Since the brand launched in 2016, they’ve earned global recognition for their ethical excellence including an A+ score on the World Aid Ethical

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meet outland denim, the aussie brand making a difference

Meet Outland Denim, the aussie brand making a difference

It’s not often you can say that by buying yourself a new pair of jeans, you’re changing the world. With Outland Denim, it’s entirely true. The recently relaunched Aussie denim brand is making a difference, one pair of jeans at a time – and seriously good ones at that. The brainchild of CEO and founder James Bartle, every single pair contributes to the company’s goal of stopping human

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outland denim

Outland Denim

Outland Denim is an Australian denim company that gained in popularity after Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, wore a pair on her royal tour in Australia in 2018. The company started by James Bartle in 2011 [1] was founded with the mission of helping survivors of human trafficking in Asia [3] and now also provides living wages to its seamstresses in small villages in Cambodia .

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the social denim: interview with james bartle, founder of

The Social Denim: Interview With James Bartle, Founder Of

Outland Denim was founded by James Bartle as a means to provide stable employment and economic opportunity to women who would otherwise be Sex trafficking is a $99 billion industry and human trafficking in its total is a $150 billion industry, but one denim company is striving to make a dent in it.

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