Cambodian and Myanmar garment workers

Exhibition From February 22 to March 11 | Maha Bandoola Park

Opening | 22 February 2020

By Cambodian and Myanmar garment workers

To enable female workers to tell their own story and thus for moving beyond
stereotypes, the GIZ FABRIC project implemented a Participatory Photography
Project on behalf of the German government. 
20 garment workers from Cambodia (in cooperation with the Workers’ Information
Center) and Myanmar (in cooperation with Thone Pan Hla and the CTUM Women
Center) were shown by acclaimed photographer Andrea Diefenbach how they can
use photography as a tool for communication. They developed picture series that
reflect on their life situation, revealing their look at the world and picturing their
thoughts, emotions and dreams. Through these pictures, the audience can see life
through their eyes.