#Garment Workers

  • Article: Garment Workers for Australian Brands Are Paid as Little as 51 Cents an Hour, Oxfam Reports
    Finance & Innovation

    Garment Workers for Australian Brands Are Paid as Little as 51 Cents an Hour, Oxfam Reports

    By Madeleine Keck|Feb. 27, 2019

    Workers are trapped in an unrelenting cycle of poverty, without enough money for basic necessities. Read more

  • Article: The Women Who Make Your Clothes Don't Earn Enough to Make Ends Meet
    Girls & Women

    The Women Who Make Your Clothes Don't Earn Enough to Make Ends Meet

    Feb. 27, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    A study of workers in Cambodia, Bangladesh, and India found the human cost of fast fashion. Read more

  • Article: Australian Brands Should Pay Garment Workers a Living Wage: Oxfam Report
    Citizenship

    Australian Brands Should Pay Garment Workers a Living Wage: Oxfam Report

    By Marnie Cunningham|Oct. 31, 2017

    Overseas factory workers can’t afford to send their children to school Read more

  • Article: Cambodian Garment Workers Experience Mass Faintings in Factories
    Health

    Cambodian Garment Workers Experience Mass Faintings in Factories

    By Sarah Wood|June 27, 2017

    More than 500 have been hospitalized over the past year. Read more

  • Article: Bangladesh garment worker education Dfid
    Girls & Women

    Meet Sharna, an 18-year-old from Bangladesh fashioning her own future

    July 6, 2016|UK Department for International Development

    How education helped this budding business woman realise her dream. Read more

  • Article: Does your favourite fashion store make the grade?
    Citizenship

    Does your favourite fashion store make the grade?

    By Michael Wilson|May 1, 2015

    A new report has the answer! Read more

  • Article: 'Made in Bangladesh' can be made better
    Finance & Innovation

    'Made in Bangladesh' can be made better

    Oct. 24, 2013|See Through Fashion

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