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The Disturbing Politics On Worker’s Life Contineous In Bangladesh

The Bangladeshi Garment industry brings life to millions of workers and their many million more family members. This life, however, often comes at the exchange of their humanity. This has been the struggle, in its simplest of forms. The rights

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Earthquakes Shake Vulnerable Garment Factories

The Recent tremors felt by Bangladesh following the earthquakes in Nepal and North and Northeastern India has left the capital city Dhaka in the grip of fear and uncertainty. Among all fears and uncertainty, the vulnerable workers of garment factories

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A Sea of Tribulations – The Tortured Tears of Rana Plaza

Surpassing the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire on March 25, 1911, Rana Plaza stands today as the biggest industrial disaster in recorded history with over 1200 deaths and thousands of injured, including hundreds of amputees, thousands of physically disabled, thousands suffering deep mental

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Lest We Forget, 24 April

Today, suddenly, almost 1200 lives were lost, all in a moment. Thousands were injured, so critically, and so shocking were their experience, that many committed suicide and succumbed to their injuries. Today is the second year after the Rana Plaza

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Wage Protest Continues at Home Stitch Designs Ltd.

It has been 5 days since workers of Home Stitch Designs Limited are protesting against the management of their factory for not paying their rightful wages or overtime since the last two months. The protest started on 31 March 2015

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The Crucial Right To Justice – Bangladeshi Garment Workers

The Bangladeshi Garment Industry has shown remarkable resilience over the years with strong growth in times of global financial hard times. Some of the industry’s success is credited to its focus on low end garment whose demand remains strong in

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The Eid Festival for Workers – Uncertainty, Pain, Death, Wait … vain.

Just when it probably was the time to make joyous wishes and forget the recent poignant memories of painful events in Bangladesh’s most labor intensive industries, today on 05 October 2014, a fire broke out originating from the gas cylinder

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