Bangladesh courts this week charged 38 people with murder for their role in the collapse of Rana Plaza factory building that killed more than 1,130 garment workers in April 2013. Calling the move “a much-delayed step in the right direction,” Solidarity Center Asia Region Director Tim Ryan cautioned that the Bangladesh government has approved fewer and fewer union registration applications in the past few years. "Limiting workers from forming unions puts workers’ safety at risk,” Ryan says. Find out more at the Solidarity Center.
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