bangladesh isn’t fashion’s only dirty secret
We’ve winced at ‘Made in Bangladesh’ labels since the deadly Rana Plaza collapse in 2013, but this Fashion Revolution Week we must open our eyes to factory conditions around the world.
in bangladesh, the people who make your clothes are striking for their rights
After the 2013 Rana Plaza factory collapse killed 1,138 people, there has been a focus on building safety, but garment workers striking over Christmas for better wages have been sacked and even arrested. i-D spoke to union leaders and H&M about how the...
how the savage murders of bangladeshi gay activists highlights struggle faced by lgbt community worldwide
The deaths of Xulhaz Mannan, editor of Bangladesh’s first LBGT magazine and Mahbub Tonoy this week reflect how far gay rights have to go in many developing nations.
41 charged with murder over bangladesh clothing factory collapse
Bangladesh police have charged government and factory officials over the 2013 disaster, which left more than 1,100 people dead.