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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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The Biggest Festival of Bangladesh – Garment Workers Suffer Once More

The suffering of Garment workers in Bangladesh during major national and religious festivals continues throughout the month of fasting and the Eid day (“Eid” is the end of the fasting month and the greatest festival of Bangladesh). On 14 July

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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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As Festivals Approach Once More – Tensions Simmer Among Garment Workers

After the Tuba Group Unrest surrounding unpaid salaries and festival bonuses last August this year (2014), another festival now looms around the garment industry which is also known as the biggest export revenue earning industry of Bangladesh. This time its

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Irregular Payment and Payment Delay Keep Causing Uproar Among Garment Workers in Bangladesh

After the relentless Police barbarism that followed on 8 August 2014, with the arrest of labor leader Moshrefa Mishu (later released on the same day), and activists, baton charge, dispersing aggrieved workers on hunger strike from inside the factory building,

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Strikes and Unrest Continue in Factories Cheating Minimum Wage 2013 Implementation

Apart from factory inspections, the GSP, battle between Accord and Alliance, the social problems continue in some of the garment industries in Bangladesh. While many Garment Factories have already implemented the minimum wage, some still deny their workers their wage

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Liberty Fashion Wear Workers – An endless wait for justice …

Since Tesco decided to pull out of Liberty Fashion Wears building number 2 in the month of July 2013 [1] due to cracks in the building, there had been a united effort from local and international NGOs, trade unions, and

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