WASHINGTON — The Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety has come a long way in the year since it was created in the wake of two factory tragedies in Bangladesh.
The challenges it will face in the next four years of its five-year commitment remain significant. The alliance’s annual progress report, while citing significant strides, comes at a tense time for all stakeholders. The government of Bangladesh, in particular, is facing increasing pressure from the U.S. to quicken the pace of improvement of safety and worker’s rights in the garment industry.
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