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A broad coalition of unions and community groups stopped a regressive labor law from passage in Cambodia—and a new Solidarity Center report shows how they did it.
 
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Trial for Cambodia Garment Workers, Union Leaders, Starts Today. April 25, 2014—A trial opens today for 23 Cambodian trade union leaders and workers in Phnom Penh Municipal Court for participating in rallies in January calling on the government to increase the minimum wage for Cambodia's ready-made garment workers.

AFL-CIO Calls for End of Violence Against Cambodian Workers. January 7, 2014—In a letter to Cambodia Prime Minister H.E. Hun Sen, the AFL-CIO condemned the Cambodian government's recent and ongoing violence against garment workers.

Cambodia: Owner Admits Negligence in Factory Collapse. May 20, 2013—At least 23 garment workers were injured today when a structure the workers used for rest breaks collapsed in Cambodia.

Cambodia: Brands Could Help Garment Workers Get Better Nutrition. January 24, 2013—Among the thousands of Cambodian garment workers who have fainted on the job over the past few years, many suffer from malnutrition, anemia and dehydration.

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton Meets with Cambodian Women Unionists, Defends Worker Rights. July 16, 2012—Following a private meeting in Cambodia with union leaders and labor activists, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged greater protection of worker rights, improvement of labor standards and the empowerment of women.
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