Can ASOS deliver labour rights to Cambodia’s garment workers?
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Jenna Lomax
Jenna Lomax, News Editor

In a significant move for worker rights, ASOS has become the first online fashion company to openly support collective bargaining rights for garment workers in Cambodia.

The global retailer, best known for its mass produced, fast fashion clothing, signed a legally binding agreement last Wednesday which aims to meet human rights due diligence requirements and facilitate more engagement with industry stakeholders.