Vietnamese Factories Even Worse Than American Colleges For Sexual Assault

That would seem to be the conclusion from this report about the incidence of sexual assault in Vietnamese clothing factories. That the level of abuse is even worse than that in American colleges:

Female factory workers producing clothing and shoes in Vietnam – many probably for major US and European brands – face systemic sexual harassment and violence at work, the Observer can reveal. Nearly half (43.1%) of 763 women interviewed in factories in three Vietnamese provinces said they had suffered at least one form of violence and/or harassment in the previous year, according to a study by the Fair Wear Foundation and Care International out on Monday.

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