Members of the Textiles Partnership jointly advocate for sustainable conditions in the production of textiles. Their common goals include social, ecological, and economic improvements along the global textile supply chain. The idea is to allow individual companies or organizations with limited contribution possibilities to facilitate and implement significant changes with other members of the Textiles Partnership members. It allows members to pool individual activities, exchange experiences, and develop solutions together. Not only is this more effective in reaching a sustainable textile sector, it is more efficient and cost-effective than working on these issues individually. The signing organisation is committed to pursue the Partnership's Goals in an active and implementation-oriented manner. This is done, for example, by participating in projects, project groups, or Partnership Initiatives. Members are obliged to participate in the "review process". Members must also publish an annual roadmap in which they commit to reaching certain targets. Within the review, their progress in achieving these targets and possible difficulties in realizing the targets are measured. Failure to achieve objectives or make adequate progress may result in sanctions and culminates with a revocation of membership to the Textiles Partnership.