Nov 14, 201737m | se1 : e23
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Garment Workers, What She Makes
Nov 14 '1737m | se1e23
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Join ethical fashionista Clare Press as she asks, What's it like to be a garment worker in Asia making clothes for high street brands in Australia and the global north?

This Epsiode explores one of the biggest issues around fast fashion and cheap clothing supply chains - low pay. Do we care? Do brands? And what's being done to campaign for a living wage and fair fashion?

Based on CEO pay levels of some of the big brands in Australia, it would take a Bangladeshi garment worker earning the minimum wage more than 4,000 years to earn the what CEOs get paid in just one year...

Check THE SHOWNOTES for links and resouces from today's story, as well as how you can join the movement to make a difference.

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