The 2022 World Cup dead body count begins.
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The shipbreaking industry in Chittagong, Bangladesh is referred to as “hell on earth,” and for good reason.
Filed Under: Social Justice Tagged With: Bangladesh, Cameron Conaway, cbs, child labor, Chittagong, Daniel Schorn, economic depression, Fiscal Cliff, global economic disparity, human rights, labor abuses, men and labor, Muhammed Ali Shahin, rich and poor, ship breaking, shipbreaking, shipbreaking yards, slave labor, social justice, where ships go to die, worker rights, Young Power in Social Action, YPSA