Ethical Code of Conduct
KOHR expects the following from our suppliers and demonstrates these practices within our in-house manufacture:
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights; https://www.amnesty.org.uk/universal-declaration-human-rights-UDHR
The Declaration of the International Labor Organization (ILO) on fundamental rights at work; https://www.ilo.org/declaration/lang--en/index.htm
- Freedom of association.
- Collective bargaining.
- No Forced labour.
- No Child labour.
- Equality of opportunity and treatment.
- Tripartite consultation.
- Labour administration.
- Labour inspection.
Meet our in-house Garment Technologist
Jacob Connolly is KOHRs Freelance Garment Technologist. Jacob currently works in his home studio in Manchester where he has 3 different domestic sewing machines. Jacob is on a freelance contract as this currently works best for his working lifestyle. His hourly rate is £10.90 p/h as part of the National Living Wage Foundation.
Our suppliers source fabric from Turkey, Portugal, Germany, India and China. All of which are GOTS certified mills and factories. This means that checks are made to ensure safe working practices etc. You can find out more about the GOTS Standard here:
Our suppliers conduct regular checks, visits and monitoring of all their factories and mills. We are in regular communication with our suppliers and trust their commitment to ethical practices.
We use no animal products in any of our garments, accessories and skin care.