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Tag : Rana Plaza

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    How far has transparency progressed since Rana Plaza?Subscription

    Features30 April 2018

    Five years on from the Rana Plaza disaster, Drapers examines whether the fashion industry has stepped up its efforts to improve supply chain transparency, and how it can benefit brands and retailers.

  • Disaster: more than 400 lives were lost in the Rana Plaza collapse. The factory was being used by Primark and Mango

    Bangladesh textiles union settles $2.3m safety caseSubscription

    News23 January 2018

    A union representing Bangladeshi textile workers has settled a $2.3m (£1.65m) case with a multinational apparel brand, following accusations of delays in rectifying hazardous factory conditions.

  • Bangladesh

    85% of Bangladesh factory repairs completeSubscription

    News15 November 2017

    Garment factories under the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety have completed 85% of all required repairs, in its fourth year of operating.

  • Safia minney

    The next steps to an ethical fashion industrySubscription

    Features11 May 2017

    Ethical fashion champion Safia Minney talks to Drapers about what more retailers should be doing, the impact of the Modern Slavery Act and the importance of a fair supply chain.

  • Christina Simone

    Comment: Let transparency be your watchwordSubscription

    Comment26 April 2017

    When it comes to disclosing supply chain information, pension deficits, or snap elections, transparency – openness and clarity – is key

  • Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh

    Fashion supply chains 'still not transparent enough'Subscription

    News24 April 2017

    Global fashion brands are still not disclosing enough information about their impact on the lives of workers in their supply chains and on the environment, research published today has revealed.

  • Disaster: more than 400 lives were lost in the Rana Plaza collapse. The factory was being used by Primark and Mango

    Bangladesh Alliance reports 72% repairs completeSubscription

    News12 April 2017

    Factories under the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety have completed 72% of all required repairs almost four years since the collapse of Rana Plaza in which 1,134 people died.