WASHINGTON — Corporate Social Responsibility programs are a failure.
That is the blunt conclusion reached in a 65-page report that is expected to be made public today by the International Labor Rights Forum. The report takes a comprehensive look at the prevalence of fires in Bangladesh’s garment industry that have killed more than 1,000 workers in the past two decades, despite the codes of conduct and CSR programs aspired to by apparel brands and retailers.
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