I don’t want to remember my story. It is too painful
Srey Leap’s travel to China was facilitated through a local broker who lived in the same village as her. At the time, Srey Leap was very young and still studying at high school. The broker went to Srey Leap’s house and spoke to her mother.
Citizen journalists bring us the real story from the factories
What’s life really like for a Cambodian garment worker? Garment workers in Cambodia have been struggling for years to make their demands... Read More
Do you dare to face the person who made your shirt?
Two well-known Swedish fashion bloggers encounter Cambodia’s dirty textile industry which now appears the reality of the contemporary fashion industry. Bloggers Sarah... Read More
Cambodian food & service workers stand with fast food workers in US & around the world
On 14 April, a global day of action took place where fast food and low wage workers across the world protested for... Read More
Response to the Carlsberg statement issued on February 9, 2016
Carlsberg’s statement from February 9 is a misleading and dishonest response to the issues at stake in the Angkor beer conflict. The... Read More