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Unfree & Unfair - Poor Living Conditions and Restricted Freedom of Movement of Young Migrant Garment Workers in Bangalore

Author: India Committee of the Netherlands, Published on: 7 February 2016

...[T]he conditions under which...young migrant women work are appalling, sometimes even amounting to modern day slavery. Wages in the industry largely meet the official minimum wage standard, but are too low to add up to a decent living wage. Migrant women are often housed in hostels run by their companies and guarded by male security personnel at night. Their movement is severely restricted and they are herded to the factory and back to the hostel as a daily routine....Young workers hint at abuse but refuse to speak directly about it for fear of repercussions.

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Related companies: C&A Gap H&M Inditex PVH (Phillips-Van Heusen)