Learn how clothes are made
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Norwegian fashion bloggers went to Cambodia to see how their clothes were made. While the place they visited didn’t have slaves - there were underpaid workers - this is one of the only shops that would let them in to film. They believe this is because conditions are much worse in other factories. Watch the series to see how and who makes your clothes.
Forms of Abolition:
Forms of Slavery:
Forced Labor, Child Labor, Bonded Labor
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