Exploitation behind clothes

The exploitation behind clothes consists of the racial, social and gender injustices happening with the production of clothes, especially in Bangladesh.[1][2][3][4][5]

Woman hanging clothes along Shangu River

Women and children are forced to work in poor conditions.[6][7][8][9][10]

2013 Dhaka garment factory collapseEdit

The 2013 Dhaka garment factory collapse was a structural failure that occurred on 24 April 2013 in the Savar Upazila of Dhaka District, Bangladesh.

CriticismEdit

Jon Kareaga, Spanish activist, fights against fast fashion that affects Bangladesh garment industry.

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Bangladesh's garment workers face exploitation, but is it slavery? | Annie Kelly". the Guardian. 2013-05-16. Retrieved 2022-05-17.
  2. "Bangladesh urged to stop worker abuse in garment industry". Reuters. 2020-03-09. Retrieved 2022-05-17.
  3. Chua, Jasmin Malik (2021-02-22). "Sweatpants sales are booming, but the workers who make them are earning even less". Vox. Retrieved 2022-05-17.
  4. "Bangladesh garment workers, retailers extend workers' safety pact". www.aljazeera.com. Retrieved 2022-05-17.
  5. Choudhury, Saheli Roy (2020-10-19). "'Vulnerable' garment workers in Bangladesh bear the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic". CNBC. Retrieved 2022-05-17.
  6. "'They slap us to force us to work': Inside a fast fashion factory". euronews. 2022-01-26. Retrieved 2022-05-17.
  7. Paton, Elizabeth (2021-05-28). "Fears for Bangladesh Garment Workers as Safety Agreement Nears an End". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2022-05-17.
  8. Paton, Elizabeth (2020-03-31). "'Our Situation Is Apocalyptic': Bangladesh Garment Workers Face Ruin". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2022-05-17.
  9. Siddiqi, Dina M. (2009). "do Bangladeshi factory workers need saving? Sisterhood in the post-sweatshop era". Feminist Review. 91 (91): 154–174. doi:10.1057/fr.2008.55. ISSN 0141-7789. JSTOR 40663985. S2CID 144578517.
  10. "For Bangladesh's Struggling Garment Workers, Hunger Is A Bigger Worry Than Pandemic". NPR.org. Retrieved 2022-05-17.