Inside the Fast Fashion Industry | Workers Rights and Conditions

Fast fashion is a term used to describe the trend of buying clothes that are cheaply made and quickly produced. It’s a trend that has been around for decades, but it’s only recently that we’ve started to see the consequences of this industry. The industry has been criticized for its negative impacts on the environment and human rights violations. Dharavi is a hub of the global fast fashion industry. It’s also home to the largest slum in Asia, and one of the most densely populated places on earth. Inside its boundaries live some of the most vulnerable workers in the world. They work long hours in unsafe conditions and are paid less than $2 a day. In this video, we will explore the industry of fast fashion and how it affects the people living in Dharavi.

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