By  on February 21, 2013

WASHINGTON — The International Labor Organization needs to take several steps to improve its monitoring of the apparel industry in Cambodia, including making its findings more transparent and involving workers in the dialogue over factory conditions and their rights, according to a new report critical of the ILO program there.


The 160-page study released by Stanford University Law School’s International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic and the Worker Rights Consortium analyzed ILO’s Better Factories Cambodia program and concluded that it is “undereffective.”

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