The Garment Worker Diaries is a trusted, independent and direct channel of communication between garment workers in the global apparel supply chain and the world. The channel is open every week, 52 weeks a year through weekly interviews conducted by phone.
Our purpose is to ensure a wide range of stakeholders use the GWD channel to gain insights into workers’ context, experiences, and opinions so these can be included in decision-making processes that affect workers' lives and well-being.
Reports, maps, graphs and an interactive dashboard to help you dig into the conversation with garment workers.
WEEKLY BLOGS DETAILING FINDINGS FROM WORKER DIARIES INITIATIVES
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Workers’ Demands to the Bangladesh Minimum Wage Board
Garment Worker Diaries Update in Bangladesh through December 2022
Living Wage Calculation: Methodology
Workplace Hazards and Abuse
Towards a Sustainable Growth of the RMG Sector of Bangladesh
বাংলাদেশের তৈরি পোশাক খাতের টেকসই প্রবৃদ্ধি
LISTENING TO GARMENT WORKERS SINCE 2016
It all began in 2016 with three pilot phases of 180 respondents each in Bangladesh, Cambodia and India. Click “Learn more” to read the full story.
Garment Worker Diaries is an initiative of Microfinance Opportunities, in collaboration with SANEM.
Garment Worker Diaries communication channels and the initiatives which sustain those channels have been both actively used and supported by stakeholders in the global apparel supply chain.
Get to know the workers making your clothes: one story, one fact, one day at a time