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Clean Clothes Campaign: 6 years after deadly Tazreen factory fire, Bangladesh risks new wave of factory incidents

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign, Published on: 27 November 2018

Today marks the sixth anniversary of the deadly Tazreen factory fire, which killed at least 112 workers who were producing clothes for a range of international brands, including Walmart, C&A, El Corte Ingles and KiK. As survivors and families of killed workers commemorate this fateful day, Bangladesh is moving fast towards a situation in which factories could quickly return to the death traps that they were in 2012. The announced forced closure of the Bangladesh Accord’s domestic office operations later this month threatens to undermine the positive developments of the last five years and to plunge the country back into a situation in which workers will have to fear for their lives when entering their workplace.

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Related companies: C&A El Corte Inglés KiK Walmart