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by Voice of Democracy February 04, 2014
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Cambodian Workers Locked in Dispute (Part 1) by Voice of Democracy — last modified February 19, 2014
Nearly 200 garment workers are locked in a dispute with Kingsland Garment Cambodia Ltd., a supplier of the global clothing brands Walmart and H&M. The workers are owed approximately $200,000 in wages and indemnity by Kingsland, a Hong Kong-based company.
Cambodian Workers Locked in Dispute (Part 2) by Voice of Democracy — last modified February 10, 2014
Nearly 200 garment workers are still locked in a dispute with Kingsland Garment Cambodia Ltd., a supplier of the global clothing brands Walmart and H&M. The workers are owed approximately $200,000 in wages and indemnity by Kingsland, a Hong Kong-based company.
Worker Beaten During ASEAN Summit by Voice of Democracy — last modified February 20, 2014
A union worker being beaten and arrested during the 2012 ASEAN Summit in Cambodia.
Cambodian Workers vs Puma by Voice of Democracy — last modified March 29, 2014
In 2012, three female garment workers were shot during a protest outside a Puma supplier factory in Cambodia. Despite their pain, the women have all returned to work. Their shooter remains free.
Cambodian Workers Win Settlement by Voice of Democracy — last modified February 20, 2014
In March 2013, some two hundred Kingsland workers in Cambodia who produced clothing for H&M and Wal-Mart-affiliated brands have won a settlement of an estimated $200,000.
Labour Day Cambodia 2013 by Voice of Democracy — last modified February 26, 2014
International Labor Day 2013 celebrated by workers, mostly from garment factories, in capital Phnom Penh.
Villagers Protest Land Grab by Voice of Democracy — last modified March 18, 2014
More than 100 people from two communes in Kratie province’s Sambor district gathered yesterday for a three-day protest in front of the provincial office of Think Biotech, a Korean-owned timber company villagers say is encroaching on their land.
Floating Education by Voice of Democracy — last modified March 24, 2014
Unsafe transportation, inadequate study materials, and poverty deny a proper education for 97 children living in a floating village in Pursat, Cambodia.
For My Family by Voice of Democracy — last modified April 01, 2014
A dumpsite becomes a workplace for 27 children living in one rural village in Siem Reap. This not only poses a risk to their education, but also their health.
Is This Home? by Voice of Democracy — last modified April 01, 2014
Dirty, tiny rooms of 4x3 meters house up to seven women working in the Cambodian garment industry.
Ignite the Dream by Voice of Democracy — last modified March 24, 2014
A young disabled man talks about his dreams as he travels 5KM daily to study and teach other disabled children.
My Child or My Job? by Voice of Democracy — last modified March 24, 2014
Working in garment factories can be hard. It is even harder if you have just delivered babies or are pregnant.
Stand Up for Safe Work by Voice of Democracy — last modified March 24, 2014
Cambodian factory workers speak up about their occupational health and safety conditions.
Garment Worker Health by Voice of Democracy — last modified March 24, 2014
Cambodia's garment workers speak of their struggles with low wages and poor conditions.
Value Us, Protect Us by Voice of Democracy — last modified April 01, 2014
Sexual harassment is a constant concern for women working in factories. On the way home, they often receive insulting remarks or rude gestures from male passersby.