Three years ago this week, 112 Bangladesh garment workers were killed in a deadly fire that swept through the Tazreen factory. Hundreds of survivors are too injured to work again and cannot support their families. In interviews with the Solidarity Center, some survivors say the world has forgotten them. Read their stories and find out how Solidarity Center fire safety trainings are enabling garment workers to take steps to make their workplaces safe. More at the Solidarity Center's website.
photo: Tahera, who survived the Tazreen fire, is too ill to care for her 4-year-old son or work to support her family. Credit: Solidarity Center/Mushfique Wadud