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We Buy, Who Pays?| 25mins
Director: Lotta Ekelund, Kristina Bjurling | Producer: Lotta Ekelund
Focus Years: 2002 | Country: Sweden
Subject Tags: asia, gender, globalization, human rights, india
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
"We Buy, Who Pays?" is a documentary about Western companies producing clothes and shoes in developing countries. It shows us the problems of working conditions, like low wages, forced overtime, health issues, child labor, and chemicals destroying land and groundwater. What can be done to solve these problems? We visit factories in India and talk to suppliers, laborers, NGOs, and farmers who give their point of view. Do Western companies take any responsibility? Leaders from H&M and other big Swedish companies answer the question.

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