Governing Today’s Garment Industry: Key Challenges and Opportunities for Policy-Makers

Martin Curley will be the speaker of the talk “Governing Today’s Garment Industry: Key Challenges and Opportunities for Policy-Makers” that will take place on the 14th of April 2023 at 5.30pm CET.

Martin Curley heads up Katalyst Initiative policy and research projects. He has more than 25 years of policy, strategy and communications experience, including 15 years working in and with the global garment industry.  His background includes work in government and NGO environments, as well as in the clothing industry. He held a 2020 Policy Leader Fellowship at the European University Institute’s School of Transnational Governance. He also helped the Cornell University New Conversations Project to  develop strategies to support civil society and social dialogue innovation. He previously served as Senior Policy and Research Officer at Fair Wear Foundation, where he worked with a wide range of stakeholder groups, helping to develop FWF’s Brand Performance Check system, living wage strategy, research agenda and overall strategic direction.

The event will take place in Polo Piagge (University of Pisa), in ROOM Q1.

The event is open and free for all interested participants, who are welcome to join in person or by connecting online at this link.

Starting Time


April 14, 2023

Ending Time


April 14, 2023


Polo Didattico delle Piagge, Via Giacomo Matteotti 11, Pisa