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A former Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has helped launch a major campaign for rights for Bangladeshi garment workers.
A global coalition of the world’s major churches is to launch a campaign to press for better rights for Bangladeshi garment workers.
The Church of Scotland and an alliance of churches and agencies have united to help end the many injustices faced by Bangladeshi garment workers.
Fashion retailer Topshop has rejected moves to prevent further disasters in garment factories in Bangladesh.
New figures published by the TUC suggest that low wages in the Bangladesh textile industry have nothing to do with cash-strapped consumers demanding cheap clothes.
Primark is facing unprecedented pressure to ensure that the tragedy witnessed in Bangladesh lasty week never happens again.
On 24 November 2012, a factory in Bangladesh, Tazreen Fashions, went up in flames killing at least 120 workers and injuring 150 more.
Monsoon rains in Bangladesh have caused flash floods and landslides. There are an estimated 121 fatalities and one million people are marooned.
Sebastian Coe has come under pressure ove reports of abuses of Bangladeshi workers producing clothes for Adidas, official sportswear partner of the 2012 Games.
The director of the Christian Commission for Development in Bangladesh has addressed a meeting at the General Synod of the Church of England, its governing body.
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