24 April 2014 marks the one-year anniversary of the Rana Plaza tragedy in Bangladesh, in which more than 1,100 people were killed after a garment factory collapsed, and the first ever Fashion Revolution Day to highlight the challenges in the textile supply chain.

You can join in by wearing an item of clothing inside out on Fashion Revolution Day. Find the label on your garment, tweet the brand and ask ‘Who Made Your Clothes?’ Remember to include the hashtag #insideout

You can also join in with a live Twitter Q&A session with Michael Gidney, Fairtrade Foundation Chief Executive, and Rao Gavalapu, a Fairtrade Cotton Producer Representative from India, at 12.30pm on Fashion Revolution Day.

Find out more here.

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