#Garment Workers

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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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?

    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

    'Made in Bangladesh' can be made better

    Oct. 24, 2013|See Through Fashion

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