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HER project | Jack & Jones

At JACK & JONES, it’s very clear to us that an equal world is one of the foundations of A BETTER WORLD. That is why we believe in working with our manufacturers to support the women in our supply chain both in and out of the workplace.

Women who have access to information on health and personal development can make better decisions for themselves and their families. Plus, with the knowledge and power to take charge of their own choices, they can become powerful agents of change for the wider community.

Through our parent company BESTSELLER, we have been part of the formerly-named HERproject™, a program that provides tailored workplace education courses for women and men — who are also

HER project | Jack & Jones
HER project | Jack & Jones

We collaborate with BESTSELLER and our manufacturing partners to implement the best-suited program, making sure the content is tailored to where the workers need most support. It is less about one-size-fits-all solutions, and more about listening to the needs of those on the ground and shaping the program around them. Women who have completed their training can then go on to become peer educators, sharing their knowledge with co-workers, friends and family.

While it sounds like a pretty strong system, the solid proof comes from the individual stories of impact that make their way back to us. Like the story of Kakoly, a Sewing Machine Operator at our manufacturer A. K. M. Knit Wear Ltd. in Bangladesh, who was able to

HER project | Jack & Jones
HER project | Jack & Jones
HER project | Jack & Jones
HER project | Jack & Jones