The Hellish Commute of the Women Who Make Your Clothes (Cambodia)
Factories give employees a travel allowance of $7, but they often end up spending more on a ragtag band of owner-operator driving services. "For them [the drivers], the more people you get on, the more profit you get," says William Conklin, country director for international labor rights NGO Solidarity Center. "They're not concerned about safety, they're concerned about making ends meet."
More at:

Media Contact

Kate Conradt
Communications Director
(+1) 202-974 -8369

 

Join the conversation

Pin It on Pinterest

Share

the News from The Solidarity Center