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  • 2 Ashulia garment factories shut over workers’ unrest

    Authorities of two garment factories in Ashulia shut down the two factories indefinitely following an ongoing protest over dismissing 58 workers.

  • How do we improve maternal health of garment workers?

    The influx of millions of female workers to work at the garment factories has created unique health challenges, issues and needs that have mostly remained unstudied and unaddressed.

  • Garment workers clash with cops in N'ganj

    At least 35 people, including 10 policemen, were injured as police and workers of a closed readymade garment factory clashed at Adamjee EPZ in Narayanganj city yesterday.

  • Skilled workforce is RMG's future

    It is well-known that the minimum wage of Bangladesh's garment workers is one of the lowest in the world, but what is less well-known and discussed far less often, is that the productivity of the sector is also the lowest among apparel producing nations, largely due to the fact that Bangladeshi workers lag behind other nations in skills and suffer from a lack of skill development opportunities and facilities.

  • ‘RMG workers are unaware they are sexually harassed’

    Bangladesh’s garment workers are mostly unaware that they are being sexually harassed at factories, ManusherJonno Foundation says in a report.