Abuse and injustice in Bangladesh’s shrimp industry

More than 400,000 people, mainly women and children, collect shrimp fry and represent the most vulnerable section in the supply chain. Credit: Environmental Justice Foundation/www.ejfoundation.org

The Bangladesh Shrimp industry is plagued with economic, labour and social issues and workers face exploitative working conditions, according to a new report and film by the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF).

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