Action in solidarity with women garment workers in Cambodia, Tuesday 18 September, London
Mass fainting action in solidarity with women garment workers in Cambodia
What: Mass fainting action in H&M store
Why: To raise awareness of malnutrition, exhaustion and poverty pay faced by garment workers in Cambodia who make H&M clothes
Where: Meet on the corner of H&M store on 174-176 Oxford Street, London
When: 10:30am on Tuesday 18th September
Send me an email if you can take part, or join this facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/181943608606690/?context=create
Hundreds of workers have been fainting en masse in factories in Cambodia supplying clothes to the UK high street because they haven't had enough to eat, and they are overworked. This is the shocking consequence of the fact that they are paid poverty wages.
Over 80% of Cambodian garment workers are women, and their families and children are their main consideration when worrying about their wage. They have to make daily choices between feeding themselves and feeding/educating their kids. The wage they are paid simply isn't enough.
Do come along!
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