The Exploitation of Women Workers: Unveiling Capitalism in Bangladeshi Garment Industries

@inproceedings{Sultana2016TheEO,
  title={The Exploitation of Women Workers: Unveiling Capitalism in Bangladeshi Garment Industries},
  author={I. Sultana},
  year={2016}
}
The recent series of man-made accidents in Bangladeshi garment industries are highly disturbing to our collective conscience. These accidents point not only to the poor construction of the factory buildings but also to the invisible tie between the insatiable need for cheap clothing on the part of western consumers and the unlimited greed of the local industry owners. As a result, these industry workers are housed in an unhealthy and insecure environment and paid inadequate salaries. Because… Expand
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