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The voices of women working in the garment factory in Lesotho, South Africa, who produce clothes for the U.S. market. Let ex-factory worker, Rethabile, take you to the places she used to work, meet her friends, and share her experience in the Decent Work Regulation project.

Led from Durham University in the north of England, Decent Work Regulation brings together stakeholders and researchers from across the world - from more than 90 institutions in 25 countries. The aim is to achieve decent work - and Sustainable Development Goal 8 - by making labor rights more effective. In Lesotho, Decent Work Regulation is supporting initiatives by local people to improve working life in one of the world’s least economically-developed countries.

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  • Runtime
    25 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    South Africa
  • Director
    Darren Hutchinson