Tell High Street brands to fix their dangerous factories in Bangladesh

TUC Bangladesh III

In April over 1200 people died in Bangladesh when the Rana Plaza building collapsed. There has never been a clearer sign that all manufacturers and retailers need to lift dramatically their efforts to ensure that those making their clothes are doing so in safety and with dignity.

Due to the pressure of trade unions, campaigners and concerned consumers, over 80 brands – including H+M, Zara, Next, Primark, New Look and Debenhams – have so far committed to a union-backed Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh.

The Accord commits companies to fund an independent safety inspection body that will involve workers in the process, through their unions, and to make long term deals with suppliers, offering more secure employment and training for workers. As such it represents a big deal for Bangladeshi workers.

Please take a few moments to send an email to these companies, urging them to sign up to the Accord today.

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