Quartz: Years After The Rana Plaza Tragedy, Too Many Of Bangladesh’s Factories Are Still “Death Traps”

by MR Magazine Staff

We are now roughly halfway through the five-year, legally binding agreement that an international coalition of brands and organizations signed, promising to making Bangladesh’s garment industry safe. While the Bangladesh Accord on Fire and Building Safety and its signatories have done a great deal of work, their progress in improving safety has been painfully slow. By the Accord’s own admission, it is significantly behind schedule in making the structural and procedural changes necessary to keep Bangladesh’s garment workers safe. Read more at Quartz.