• The„ expansion„ of„ the „social„ audit„ industry „exemplifies „the „neoliberal „culture „of „private„ and „voluntary „codes „of „conduct „in „combination „with „the „privatization„ of „inspections.„
  • „„Over-reliance „on „social „audits „and „the „quantification „of „measurement„ ignores „actual„ improvement„ to „working „conditions „in„ factories. „Social „audits „are „at „best „a„ diagnosic „tool.„
  • „„Real„ monitoring„ of „working„ conditions„ requires„ the „organization„ of „workers „in „trade„ unions„ in„ combination„ with„ effective„ state„ inspections.„ As„ long„ as„ audits„ are„ here„ to „stay, „however,„ the „liability„ of „brands, „factory„ owners, „and „auditing „companies„ is„ necessary.„
  • „„Privatization„ of „governance„ with out „liability„ has „created„ a„ system„ without„ proper„ oversight„ over„ the„ quality„ of „social„ audits.„ In „addition,„ it „leaves„ workers„ in „the„ textile„ industry„ without„ a„ remedy.

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