How short-term contracts are putting Cambodia’s pregnant factory workers in a precarious position
Klien Savoeun’s hand absent-mindedly drifts to her stomach as she sits on a bamboo platform in her Sa’ang district home. Her lightly-freckled face breaks into a smile when asked if her incoming child is kicking.
Research into some of H&M’s Platinum and Gold Suppliers in Cambodia
As with many other garment producing countries exporting to the European and American market, Cambodia has been in the spotlight because of its poor working conditions and low wages for apparel workers. The country’s garment sector engages some 750 000 workers in more than 1000 factories.
Unions tout ‘living wage’ ahead of minimum wage talks
Unions meeting on Friday arrived at an estimated cost-of-living salary for garment workers ahead of minimum wage talks, one remarkably similar to... Read More