RMG worker

The underprivileged worker is not a machine

Even with low productivity, a Bangladeshi worker working an average of 14-15 hours a day produces $1,400 or more a month.

Who will answer for Rasel’s death?

Who gave them the power or direction to shoot protesters in the first place?

RMG workers block road over arrears

The workers of a garment factory blocked a road in Hemayetpur area of ​​Savar demanding their salaries yesterday.Nearly a thousand workers of Raquef Apparels Washing and Packaging Industries Ltd blocked ​​Hemayetpur-Singair road at Tetuljhora area around 3:30pm, said Dhaka Industrial Police-1 assistant sub-inspector Korban Ali.

RMG worker beaten to death for ‘theft’

Employees of a readymade garment factory in Rampura beat a factory worker dead following allegations of theft yesterday. RMG workers took to the street in protest and blocked the DIT Road for two-and-a-half hours yesterday afternoon, triggering tailbacks.

RMG worker beaten to death in Malibagh over ‘theft’

A worker of a ready-made garment (RMG) factory dies after he is severely beaten on allegation of theft in Malibagh area of Dhaka.

Rape of RMG Worker: 4 transport workers get life term

A Tangail court yesterday awarded four transport workers with life imprisonment for raping a garment worker in a moving bus in the district’s Dhanbari upazila in 2016.

Ashulia RMG workers on hunger strike

Workers of a garment factory, who have been terminated allegedly for protesting sexual harassment of a fellow worker, started an indefinite hunger strike in Jamgor area of Ashulia.

Woman 'raped' by eight men in Tangail

A group of eight men on Friday night allegedly gang-raped a ready-made garment worker after physically assaulting her husband.

April 24, 2015
April 24, 2015

Two years of denial and betrayal

THE families of Rana Plaza victims have passed two years crying for their dear and near ones, suffering in their daily lives and waiting for due compensation and jobs.

April 24, 2015
April 24, 2015

Let there be light

AT the beginning of the industrial revolution, a farmer was also able to make shoes, and the women spent their days making handmade pottery and spinning yarn or cloth.

April 20, 2015
April 20, 2015

Post-Rana Plaza initiatives and sustainability of the RMG sector

THE tragedy that took place on April 24, 2013 in a suburb of Bangladesh, a few miles away from the capital, became a global tragedy.

March 20, 2015
March 20, 2015

Failures in Cambodia RMG sector

Workers in Cambodia’s garment factories often experience discriminatory and exploitative labour conditions including dismissal by employer at will and poor government inspection and enforcement, making it difficult for the vast majority of whom are young women, to assert their rights

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