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16 Dic 2013

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Nov 20, 2013 in NYC: The Rana Plaza Disaster in Bangladesh: Taking Stock Half a Year On - And marking one year since the Tazreen factory fire

On 20 November 2013, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre held the 4th event in its Mary Robinson Speaker Series, at Ford Foundation headquarters in New York City. The subject was "The Rana Plaza Disaster in Bangladesh: Taking Stock Half a Year On"...Panelists (l to r): Steven Greenhouse, New York Times (panel moderator); Kalpona Akter, Bangladesh Center for Worker Solidarity; Judy Gearhart, International Labor Rights Forum; Sarah Labowitz, Center for Business and Human Rights at NYU Stern business school; Chloe Poynton, BSR (Business for Social Responsibility); Lauren Compere, Boston Common Asset Management; Harpreet Kaur, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre.