Your cheap fashion – our misery The fashion industry’s willingness to continue producing cut-price clothes by exploiting Asia’s cheap labour force, including the children who harvest cotton in Uzbekistan, was discussed in a German television programme on 23 January.
The group of German teenagers, including girls dressed in clothes by the fashion chain H&M, were clearly shocked by the plight of textile workers in Bangladesh.
Journalists from the German TV channel ARD visited this South Asian country to film the working conditions in the factories where closed for the well-known Swedish chain H&M (Hennes and Mauritz) are made.
The progamme, entitled “Your Cheap Fashion – Our Misery”, featured a 12-year-old girl, from a large family that live together in one room in a slum. In the bags containing H&M branded items, she recognises a striped sweater which is produced in the factory where she works 14 hours a day for a pitifully small wage.
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