The Flanarant: Workers' rights not a universal option
By Mike Flanagan | 20 September 2012
Anyone believing that human rights abuses are endemic in offshore production should compare the levels of protection afforded to factory workers in the developing world supplying major Western brands with the experience of garment workers in the West. It's not as clear-cut as it seems, writes Mike Flanagan.
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