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24 April 2005

Spectrum Update: New info & demands [Bangladesh]

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign

Spectrum Sweater was in violation of many labor laws and code of conduct provisions prior to the collapse...the companies sourcing at this factory – including Zara, KarstadtQuelle, Carrefour and Cotton Group, all of whom claim to have policies and...

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27 April 2005

The Collapse of the Spectrum Sweater Ltd Factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Author: Steilmann [Germany]

Contrary to some reports in the press, the Klaus Steilmann GmbH & Co. KG had orders placed with neither Spectrum Sweater Ltd nor Sharier Fabrics Ltd at the time of the accident. We will of course, nonetheless be lending our utmost support to the...

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11 July 2005
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Author: Peuples Solidaires & Collectif De l'Ethique sur l'Etiquette

L’effondrement, le 11 avril dernier, d’une usine textile, vient ainsi d’entraîner la mort de 64 personnes et d’en blesser plusieurs dizaines. Après ce drame, les organisations locales luttent pour obtenir l’indemnisation des victimes ainsi que des...

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6 April 2006

April 11: International Action Day for Workers Health & Safety in Bangladesh

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign

April 11 is the one-year anniversary of the Spectrum-Shahriyar factory collapse in Bangladesh...64 persons died and 74 were injured...The accumulation of recent incidents in Bangladesh causing more deaths and injuries proves the urgency of the...

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Company response
11 May 2006

Response by Steilmann: Factory of supplier Spectrum Sweater in Dhaka, Bangladesh, collapses, killing 64 workers – Global textiles union (ITGLWF and Clean Clothes Campaign raise concerns about working conditions prior to collapse.

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26 July 2006

Inditex invites companies to join September start-up of relief scheme for victims of collapsed factory, Bangladesh

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign

Spanish-based retailer Inditex sent a letter to invite brands to participate in a Voluntary Relief Scheme to provide much needed support to workers who were injured and the families of those who died when the Spectrum / Shahriyar factory collapsed on...

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11 April 2010

Action for safe factories in Bangladesh on 5th anniversary of Spectrum disaster

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign

April 11 marks the fifth anniversary of the collapse of the Spectrum/Shahriyar Sweater factory in Bangladesh, which killed 64 workers and injured 80...To mark the anniversary of the Spectrum collapse, the CCC, the Maquila Solidarity Network (Canada),...

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