This is my last post about my trip to Cambodia with Oxfam Australia – the finale. Basically I wanted to have spot where each of my blog posts were in one place. I’m not sure if you’ve had a chance to read any of them, but I’d love it if you could. The more people are aware of who makes their clothes, the more will hopefully be done to make real change for the better.
So here goes it:
Most off I want to thank all my work colleagues who helped make this trip possible, the Oxfam team in Cambodia, all the wonderful garment workers, unionists, activists, feminists, jewellers and people of Cambodia we met along the way who were so very brave to share their stories with us and last, but not least, my Oxfam colleague Daisy Gardener and blogger extraordinaire Kate McKibbin from Drop Dead Gorgeous Daily.
I think we’d all agree it was a once in a lifetime experience.
This is the last in a series of posts about my recent trip to Cambodia as part of my work with Oxfam. For more information about the work Oxfam Australia is doing in the area of labour rights go to: https://www.oxfam.org.au/whos-making-your-clothes/.