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Shop til they drop - Fainting and Malnutrition in Garment Workers in Cambodia 

CLEC - 2013-09-19



Shop ‘til they drop is a joint report by Labour Behind the Label and Community Legal Education Centre. Labour Behind the Label (LBL) is a UK based NGO which campaigns to support garment workers worldwide in demanding and defending their internationally recognised human rights. LBL is the UK platform of the international Clean Clothes Campaign. www.labourbehindthelabel.org Community Legal Education Centre (CLEC), based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, builds legal capacity and provides legal aid to empower Cambodian citizens and communities. They support victims of rights violations and those at risk, in demanding respect for human rights and justice. CLEC promotes good governance, democracy, equitable development, peace and social harmony. www.clec.org.kh Author: Anna McMullen Research: Sean Sheehan and Joel Preston Additional thanks: Tola Mouen, An Nan and staff at both Labour Behind the Label and Community Legal Education Centre. Special thanks go to all the workers and trade unions who contributed to this report. This report was made possible with the financial assistance of TRAID, to whom we are deeply grateful. All views expressed in this report are those of Labour Behind the Label and Community Legal Education Centre, and do not necessarily represent those of our funders.

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