May 3 Day of Action: Demand Safe Factories for H&M Garment Workers!

On May 3, H&M shareholders are meeting in Sweden for its Annual General Meeting and on that day, thousands of protesters will convene to fight for better rights for garment workers. Despite H&M signing a legally-binding agreement three years ago to make its supplier factories safer, the majority of workers sewing H&M clothing in Bangladesh are still working under dangerous conditions.

Join a demonstration or learn more about the movement by clicking here.

Image via International Labor Rights Forum.

Whether or not we see the poor conditions, poor workers rights affects everyone, even if you cannot see it! Clothing should come at a reasonable price, without violating a human right.

Author: Melissa

4'8", dog lover, fashion and culture enthusiast.

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