Bangladesh

The Garment Workers’ Struggle Continues

The garment workers of Bangladesh have been struggling for decent conditions of work and living wages since for nearly a decade. The movement has reached a pinnacle in the aftermath of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in November last year which took the lives of more than 1000...

Call for International Solidarity to Bangladeshi Workers

Amirul Haque Amin – president of the National Garment Workers Federation (NGWF) of Bangladesh – in reply to a solidarity motion sent by CSP-Conlutas and other Brazilian unions, summarized the total death toll and injured workers at Rana Plaza tragedy and asked for an international solidarity campaign to...

The Workers of Bangladesh Need Our Solidarity!

On the 26th of April Bangladesh was shaken by the worst industrial disaster in the history of the country. The collapse of the Rana plaza structures have left up to 550 dead and nearly a thousand injured many of whom are still trapped in debris! This disaster and the...

On the Garment’s Workers Struggle in Bangladesh

The garment workers in Bangladesh are up in arms against the cronic exploitation and mistreatment meted at them by the garment bosses. The tipping point was reached when the 8 storied tall Rana plaza collapsed killing several hundreds of worker’s families living there. Already reports are coming out...

Shahbag Mass Awakening

The ongoing protests began on 5th of February. The people were out demanding death sentence for all war criminals. The war criminals were those charged with crimes against humanity during the revolutionary liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971, they are popularly called ‘Rajakars’ who betrayed their motherland and...

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