WORKERS’ VOICE REPORT 2016 | The Working Conditions in Bangladesh’s RMG Industry after Rana Plaza

The Workers’ Voice Report 2016 represents the collaboration of two organisations sharing a common vision of pushing Bangladesh’s Ready Made Garment (RMG) industry towards more sustainability. Awaj Foundation, a local NGO dedicated to fighting for labour rights, and Consulting Service International (CSI) Ltd., a Hong Kong based consultancy with long-term experience in advising international brands and retailers on introducing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in their supply chain, are pleased to present the third edition of the Workers’ Voice Report.



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