Transported Like Pigs: Cambodia's Garment Makers Risk Death Just to Get to Work
Half a million people work in Cambodia's garment industry, making items for Western brands in exploitative and risky conditions — but just getting to work can be the most dangerous part of their day.
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Mass Faintings and Protests Are Just Another Day at the Office for Cambodia’s Garment Workers
Losing consciousness is fairly routine among the country’s textile laborers, who work long hours producing apparel for international brands.