What We’re Doing
‘They Have Forgotten the Lessons of Rana Plaza’
Following the Rana Plaza collapse in which 1,134 garment workers were killed and thousands more injured in Bangladesh, the horror of the incident spurred international action and resulted in significant safety improvements in many of the country’s 3,000 garment factories.
Preventing Another Rana Plaza: A Model for Holding Corporations Accountable
The global labor movement worked with leading fashion brands to sign a new agreement that will ensure improved building safety and working conditions in Bangladesh, which could serve as model for holding corporations accountable in global supply chains.
A Global Supply Chain Still Built on Worker Misery: The Garment Industry in Bangladesh
Nearly five years after the torture and assassination of Bangladeshi labor leader Aminul Islam, the country's garment-sector employers and the government continue to persecute workers who try to exercise basic...
Students Protest at REI in Rockville, Md., Demanding It Stop Stocking North Face Products
On Saturday, 20 activists were arrested during a protest outside Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI) in Rockville, Maryland. Students and community leaders came together to demand REI stop stocking The North...