The harsh conditions in which many workers in the developing countries perform their jobs have been qualified as “slave labour” by The European Parliament*. Despite repeated warnings from watchdog NGOs, the topic tends only to reach world media when major and deadly accidents occur. The collapse of the Rana Plaza factory building in 2013, killing more than 1,130 garment workers in Bangladesh, shocked the world.

However, the shock subsided quickly and major changes are still necessary to transform an industry that is, in many cases, dangerous to garment workers and hazardous to both consumers and the environment. Help us spreading attention by sharing our film spot.

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