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Full report: "Gender Based Violence in the GAP Garment Supply Chain"

Author: Asia Floor Wage Alliance, Center for Alliance of Labor & Human Rights, Global Labor Justice, Sedane Labour Resource Centre, SLD , Published on: 1 May 2018

This report—including interviews with more than 215 workers employed in 21 factories that supply to Gap—documents the experiences of women garment workers at the base of Gap garment supply chains in Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka. Concentrated in short term, low skill, and low-wage positions, they are at daily risk of gender based violence and harassment at work.

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