How the Bangladeshi women who make our clothes are edging towards a better life | Fiona Weber-Steinhaus

The country has undergone an economic miracle in recent years, albeit at huge cost to its garment workers. But things are finally starting to improve for them

Tasnia Akter has come home. It’s a public holiday in Bangladesh, the one time of year the 25-year-old can leave the mayhem of the city behind and see her family: her mother, her aunt.

And her daughter.

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