The Conscience of Clothing: A Journey into Sustainability


The Conscience of Clothing

8-part film documentary “The Conscience of Clothing” aims to raise awareness about sustainability and fair fashion.

Garment workers in Cambodia often face precarious working conditions. From the dangers of daily commutes, unfair wages and the difficult balance of supporting themselves and their families back in province. But what does making fashion mean to Cambodian people, whose work is focuses mainly on exports to the Global North?

“The Conscience of Clothing – Mode.Macht.Menschen.” directed by Patrick Kohl and Rosa-Luxemborg-Stiftung follows the journey of fashion blogger Willy Iffland and journalist Helen Fares inside Cambodia, where they meet workers, factory owners and trade union activists who stand up for fair wages, safe working conditions and freedom of opinion and assembly,  

The film provides a broad and intimate insight into the local garment industry in Cambodia. Discussing not only corporate due diligence in global supply chains, but also areas such as egoism and consumption in real-life capitalism, intersectional feminism, and sustainability.

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