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By Fred de Sam Lazaro
A partnership with multinational corporations in Bangladesh reveals the complex social issues that underlie poverty and compromises anti-poverty activists must make to achieve growth and self-sustainability.
By PBS NewsHour
On the afternoon of April 23, 2013, workers at the Rana Plaza offices of BRAC Bank were concerned about recent cracks that had appeared in the walls of the building. Their manager ordered tellers to complete transactions they were working…
By Kayla Ruble
PBS NewsHour is following the news of the day, from new Snowden revelations to empty seats in Sochi.
PHOTO Huge fire at Bangladeshi factory kills 7 people in latest disaster to blight the country's garment industry pic.twitter.com/ZfmyAMZEPY— Agence France-Presse (@AFP) October 9, 2013…
After Factory Disaster, Bangladesh NGO Offers Support to Improve Work Conditions…
Fazle Abed on Developing in Bangladesh Successfully…
Some garment workers in Bangladesh are demanding better conditions, spurred by the collapse of a factory in April that killed more than a thousand people. Jonathan Rugman of Independent Television News has an update on the factory workers' fight and…
The collapse of a garment factory in Bangladesh claimed more than a thousand lives and put industry working conditions into sharp focus. Laura Kuenssberg of Independent Television News examines the low wages of workers, whether retailers have begun deliver any…
How Is the Garment Industry Working to Improve Conditions Abroad?…
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