Do you know the women who made your clothes? Good luck finding out!

Grey rocks of varying sizes along with parts of grey torn cotton material are mixed with pieces of old wood and string. A dirty Joe Fresh label sits in the middle of the rocks on the ground.

Nine years ago today, 1,132 factory workers – mostly women being paid poverty wages – lost their lives in the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh. Another 2,500 garment workers were injured in the disaster. The world’s eyes turned to the long-forgotten problem of ‘sweatshops’ and labour exploitation in global supply chains shocked to learn…

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