Cambodia textile factory offers new model to improve workers’ lives | Sam Jones | Global development | The Guardian

I came across this article in The Guardian yesterday and had to share it with you.  So exciting to read there are factories working to protect their workers while running a successful textile factory.  Please follow this link directly to Sam Jones’ article in The Guardian.

Fairwear until next time…..

 

South-east Asia’s garment industry has a bad name but decent wages, childcare and labour rights are high priorities for one company breaking the mould.

Source: Cambodia textile factory offers new model to improve workers’ lives | Sam Jones | Global development | The Guardian

1 thought on “Cambodia textile factory offers new model to improve workers’ lives | Sam Jones | Global development | The Guardian

  1. Great story and cause. It’d be nice to get the full view, though. How Piet was able to get the revenue side built – there’s more to the sustainability than building a factory -you have to get orders and clients. Wonder which came first – the clients looking for low costs, or the interest in improving lives?

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