Fashion Bloggers Work In Cambodian Sweatshop, Learn ‘We’re Rich Because They’re Poor’
Garment Industry / Labor Rights / News

Fashion Bloggers Work In Cambodian Sweatshop, Learn ‘We’re Rich Because They’re Poor’

by Eleanor Goldberg / Huffington Post When three sprightly fashion bloggers from Norway agreed to star in a month-long reality show in Cambodia, they were probably expecting more “Project Runway,” and less human rights violations in a series produced by their country’s largest newspaper, Aftenposten. But once Anniken Jorgensen, Frida Ottesen and Ludvig Hambro touched … Continue reading

A Year After Deadly Cambodia Protest, Families Await Answers
Garment Industry / News / Police

A Year After Deadly Cambodia Protest, Families Await Answers

by Phorn Bopha / VOA PHNOM PENH—A year after military police opened fire on a group of labor protesters here killing five, their families still mourn and hope for justice. Pheng Kosal was among the demonstrators killed January 3, 2014, while demanding higher wages. His $100 monthly salary had helped his single mother and his … Continue reading