Bangladesh’s Garment Industry, a Decade After Rana Plaza Collapse
By Piyas Biswas
While there has been progress over the past 10 years, much work remains to be done to ensure fair and respectful treatment of workers.
Bangladesh Factories Open as Economic Worries Trump COVID
By Julhas Alam
Easing lockdown restrictions at a time when coronavirus infections and deaths are surging is ill-conceived, say health experts.
8 Years After Rana Plaza Disaster, Activists Fear Bangladesh’s Garment Workers Are in Danger Again
By Ana Salvá
The binding agreement signed by clothing brands to prevent a similar disaster in Bangladesh will expire in May. Some fear this could mean a step back for worker safety.
More Than a Year Later, Bangladesh Factory Owners Charged in Deadly Fire
By J.T. Quigley
Prosecutors face an uphill struggle against powerful garment industry executives with ties to government.
N. American Retailer Group Pushes for Factory Reform in Bangladesh
After recent tragedies at Bangladeshi factories, safety and transparency at forefront.