Interviews on Cambodia
The voices of some of the courageous activists that stand up for the rights of garment workers
'Low wages and short-term contracts are like handcuffs'
An interview with Tola Moeun, an activist with the Community Legal Education Center. He is an activist on labour and human rights issues since 2003.
"The brands whose clothes I sew should be part of the solution. They can't sit back while we lose our income.”
an interview with Sean Sophal (41). She is a women union organiser, and is sewing jeans for Levi's, GAP and H&M
"We've been worried for the workers. And they were also targeting the union: I received death threats and insults"
an interview with Ath Thorn, union leader whose union has come under attack repeatedly by the government and factory owners.