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20 Apr 2016

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Human Rights Watch

Bangladesh: Garment Workers’ Union Rights Bleak

Garment workers face daunting challenges to unionization, and remain at risk of interference and threats by factories three years after the Rana Plaza building collapse, Human Rights Watch said today. The Bangladesh government should urgently remove legal and practical obstacles to unionization...“Let’s remember that none of the factories operating in Rana Plaza had trade unions,” said Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director. “If their workers had more of a voice, they might have been able to resist managers who ordered them to work in the doomed building a day after large cracks appeared in it.”

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3 years on from Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh - little improvements in health & safety conditions

Alliance for Bangladesh Workers Safety

The Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh