Interviews (2014?): "OUN NITH is a shy person. she likes to hang out with her friends during her days off and helps her parents around the house. she travels back and forth from the factory to her home everyday. OUN NITH used to like making clothes to play dress-up when she was a kid. she thought she wanted to be a seamstress but the reality of life has set in." One of the Primary Voice Project's interviews with 8 Cambodian garment workers, Matt, Oun Nith, Chomrong, Heng, Channa & Chib.

Interviews (2014?): "OUN NITH is a shy person. she likes to hang out with her friends during her days off and helps her parents around the house. she travels back and forth from the factory to her home everyday. OUN NITH used to like making clothes to play dress-up when she was a kid. she thought she wanted to be a seamstress but the reality of life has set in." One of the Primary Voice Project's interviews with 8 Cambodian garment workers, Matt, Oun Nith, Chomrong, Heng, Channa & Chib.

OMG, it all started as a Kickstarter and then it revolves around the world. I am especially moved by the quote of the columbian lady at the end,  something like  "Behind the T- Shirt is a world, a person with so many dreams and hopes. "

Planet Money Makes A T-Shirt

OMG, it all started as a Kickstarter and then it revolves around the world. I am especially moved by the quote of the columbian lady at the end, something like "Behind the T- Shirt is a world, a person with so many dreams and hopes. "

SWEATSHOP is a good example of "unempathetic play." Players may become absorbed in the  moment-to-moment balancing of resources against needs and time against tasks.

SWEATSHOP is a good example of "unempathetic play." Players may become absorbed in the moment-to-moment balancing of resources against needs and time against tasks.

PETA (2015): "Leona Lewis – singer and animal rights activist – introduces us to shocking undercover footage of Bangladesh's billion-dollar leather industry. Bangladesh produces cheap products that are sold all around the world. But what about the impact that manufacturing these products has on animals, humans and the environment? Who is paying the highest price for leather?"

PETA (2015): "Leona Lewis – singer and animal rights activist – introduces us to shocking undercover footage of Bangladesh's billion-dollar leather industry. Bangladesh produces cheap products that are sold all around the world. But what about the impact that manufacturing these products has on animals, humans and the environment? Who is paying the highest price for leather?"

Las costuras de la piel (2015): "nos explica la historia de Barathi y Yamuna, cosedoras en Bangalore (India). Ellas ... trabajan cosiendo para las mayores multinacionales textiles del mundo pero en condiciones de pobreza, precariedad y confinamiento, ajenas de cualquier tipo de legislación. ... nos lo presenta para mostrar la fuerza de estas mujeres, que se unen para luchar por sus derechos creando su propio sindicato textil sin ningún apoyo de sus empresas y en contra de todo lo…

Las costuras de la piel (2015): "nos explica la historia de Barathi y Yamuna, cosedoras en Bangalore (India). Ellas ... trabajan cosiendo para las mayores multinacionales textiles del mundo pero en condiciones de pobreza, precariedad y confinamiento, ajenas de cualquier tipo de legislación. ... nos lo presenta para mostrar la fuerza de estas mujeres, que se unen para luchar por sus derechos creando su propio sindicato textil sin ningún apoyo de sus empresas y en contra de todo lo…

Sex Trafficking and Fast Fashion: Just Who Is Making Your Clothes? - theFashionSpot http://www.thefashionspot.ca/buzz-news/latest-news/481919-sex-trafficking-fast-fashion/

Sex Trafficking and Fast Fashion: Just Who Is Making Your Clothes? - theFashionSpot http://www.thefashionspot.ca/buzz-news/latest-news/481919-sex-trafficking-fast-fashion/

'Unravel' (2012) short documentary trailer - YouTube

'Unravel' (2012) short documentary trailer - YouTube

Greenpeace (2012) Toxic threads. " Greenpeace’s Detox Campaign, which [has] exposed the links between textile manufacturing facilities using toxic chemicals and water pollution ...[of] 20 global fashion brands including Armani, Levi’s and Zara." http://www.greenpeace.org/international/Global/international/publications/toxics/Water%202012/ToxicThreads01.pdf

Greenpeace (2012) Toxic threads. " Greenpeace’s Detox Campaign, which [has] exposed the links between textile manufacturing facilities using toxic chemicals and water pollution ...[of] 20 global fashion brands including Armani, Levi’s and Zara." http://www.greenpeace.org/international/Global/international/publications/toxics/Water%202012/ToxicThreads01.pdf

Lucy Siegle is an author, journalist and presenter based in London. She has written a weekly ethical living column for the Observer for over the last decade, while also authoring two books. Lucy is also an Executive Producer on The True Cost and we sat down with her to talk about the factory collapse at Rana Plaza, what change (if any) has happened in the industry since then, and how she now purchases clothing.

Lucy Siegle is an author, journalist and presenter based in London. She has written a weekly ethical living column for the Observer for over the last decade, while also authoring two books. Lucy is also an Executive Producer on The True Cost and we sat down with her to talk about the factory collapse at Rana Plaza, what change (if any) has happened in the industry since then, and how she now purchases clothing.

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