Children as young as nine have been found working shifts up to 18 hours long at a fabric workshop in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The factory, which makes cloth for local markets, pays each employee just over Ł1 a day. Visual journalist Zakir Hossain Chowdhury captured these shocking images after meeting several of the young workers on one of their rare days off.
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