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On May 22nd, 2016, Worker’s Information Center (WIC) celebrated annual Worker’s Forum reached to about 350 garment workers. This forum aimed to celebrate the 130th International Labor Day, exchange learning and experiences of workers both working and living conditions, and create safe space for dialogue between workers and key stakeholders on policies related to health, wage, security, safety, and living costs. 
Worker's information Center(WIC) is the women garment workers based association and registered at Ministry of Interior (MOI) in 2009. WIC was emerged from the Womyn’s Agenda for Change (WAC)’s project called the garment workers’ empowerment. WIC supports women garment workers to advocate for and realise their rights. WIC’s long term strategy focuses on building and strengthening a movement of garment workers towards realisation of accountable and legitimate leadership within the sector, which responds to women worker’s rights and needs. WIC seeks to create space for women to become leaders within the garment and union sectors and for women’s voices to be heard and responded to nationally, regionally and internationally.  Towards this strategy, WIC effort is on organising, empowering by provides spaces where women can meet to discuss workplace issues,
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( 23 September 2015 )

Even in a difficult situation, because of the love for study, urged garment worker decided to take their spare times from working in the factory to pursue their study until successfully passed the high school examination...

( 22 September 2015 )

Workers at M&V International Manufacturing Ltd 3rd Branch, on March 29, 2016, got full compensation for accrued leave with 50 percent paid. After the factory claims that it doesn’t have full employment, workers at M&V were accrued with 50 percent of wage and get work suspension from early 2015 until March 2016.

( 22 September 2015 )

While information about the workers' minimum wage will be increased in early 2016, some landlords mentioned about increase in rental room fee, making some workers unsatisfied.   Representatives of the workers in rental room at Chompou Vorn area, Ms. Duc Sambath, 26, said that at the end of 2015 after the supply of electricity from the Electricity du Cambodge( EDC)  has linked...

( 22 September 2015 )

Som Pov is a 24 year old woman from Kampot who has been a garment worker in Phnom Penh for 6 years. She is from a poor family of 6 children. Her parents earn a modest income from her mother selling Khmer cakes and her father being a labourer. Som Pov left school at 14 as her family could no longer afford to send her to school.
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