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Full report: "Gender Based Violence in the Walmart 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 provides an empirical account of the spectrum of gender based violence and risk factors for violence women workers face in Walmart garment supply chains. Chapter 4 of this report presents new research on gender based violence in Walmart garment supplier factories in Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Indonesia collected through interviews and focus group discussions with 25 workers and trade union leaders organizing in Walmart supply chains between February and May 2018.

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