Everything started with a good intention. The Spice Girls, a mythical group of '2000s, decided to help an association that supports women's support, Comic Relief. When The Guardian learned, they decided to sell t-shirts "IWANNABEASPICEGIRL" together.
Big problems, the clothes are made in Bangladesh by their women. The Guardian did the research. A shame for action that's supposed to increase women's ability.
Interviewed by our colleague's at the Guardian, a worker at the factory of & # 39; The manufacturer of the manufacturer, where the clothes are made, distinguishes between inhuman conditions. The young woman said the workers had to offer a firm job. They are often reinforced when they do not reach the production targets (35 pieces per hour). The workers must also work overnight and night services. It is the same for pregnant women.
According to the worker, the circumstances of intensive work, much pressure is being put on the workers' community of today. The heat within the factory is unqualified.
A worker is paid a total of € 95 per month. In t-shirt costs £ 19.40 (€ 22). It would take a whole week for the worker to deliver a single t-shirt.
In a statement, the Spices Girls stated that they were shocking and excited by the research. They asked to "make a complete statement", the online trade, responsible for making the t-shirts. The Pop group wants to represent the benefits of this initiative to local campaigns in Bangladesh.