CPD’s Tribute to the Third Anniversary of the Rana Plaza Tragedy
CPD’s Tribute to the Third Anniversary of the Rana Plaza Tragedy Change is inevitable.
However, the transformation that this place underwent was unfathomable. Nothing but emptiness.
All that remains – some unforgettable scenes; some numbers, distorted faces, shattered dreams. The Rana Plaza. Is the Tragedy about to be erased from our memories? [1135 lives were lost] [55 persons still missing]
Sorrows turn into nightmares. [Injured 2535 persons] [735 children were affected]
This mega disaster is a nightmare we still haven’t escaped from, even today. CPD Dialogue 2013 As an institutional responsibility, CPD has been conducting research and observations on the post-Rana Plaza scenario and RMG sector of Bangladesh for the last three years. CPD Dialogue 2014 Professor Rehman Sobhan
Chairman, CPD CPD Dialogue 2015 Considering the post-Rana Plaza situation a lot of commitments were made by the factory owners, buyers and the government from 2013 onwards. In view of this, multifaceted reform processes are being implemented in the country’s garments sector. The issues that are being considered range from
fair wages and proper facilities for workers- to standard working condition and product quality. CPD Dialogue 2015 The context of this year’s report is somewhat different from previous ones.
It is more forward-looking. Dr Khondaker Golam Moazzem
Additional Research Director, CPD Earlier, our recommendations centered on victim-support and rehabilitation. In this report we have focused on Bangladesh’s preparedness for upcoming challenges in the RMG sector. Family of a deceased worker
CPD Dialogue 2014 They will never be forgotten The workers at the Rana Plaza will always be remembered by all of us.