Garment workers are campaigning against moves to end the accord. © IndustriALL Global Union
Garment workers are campaigning against moves to end the accord. © IndustriALL Global Union

Protests at threat to Rana Plaza safety accord

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
28 November 2018

The government of Bangladesh is being pressured to halt legal action against a group set up to protect workers’ rights in the wake of the Rana Plaza factory disaster.

The Accord on Fire and Building Safety, signed by more than 180 apparel firms including Inditex, Arcadia Group and Primark, monitors more than 1,600 factories and 2m workers.

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