50 garment workers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, have documented the hellish impoverished living and working conditions they endure making clothes for our high streets in a series of 1-3 minutes self-shot films.

They show how garments workers scrape their skin with coins to cool down from intense heat in factories, the dangers of cattle truck transportation to work which has killed and injured many garment workers and how their homes are regularly flooded with water and sewage.

Watch all nine films here.

Download the Fact Sheets to accompany the films here.

This Citizen Journalist project was funded by TRAID, the workers were mentored by Rainbow Collective, and supported by TRAID partners Labour Behind the Label and Central.