By  on October 23, 2013

WASHINGTON — It has been six months since the Rana Plaza building collapsed in Bangladesh, claiming the lives of 1,132 people, and nearly a year since the Tazreen Fashions Ltd. fire killed 112 garment workers, and victims’ families and injured survivors are still fighting for adequate compensation, according to a report released Wednesday.

In the report, “Still Waiting: Six Months After History’s Deadliest Apparel Industry Disaster, Workers Continue to Fight for Compensation,” published by the Clean Clothes Campaign and International Labor Rights Forum, the organizations highlight the plight of hundreds of injured survivors and families of the deceased in the aftermath of the twin tragedies.

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