14 Mar '18, 3pm

Bangladesh Alliance claims ‘unprecedented progress’ https://t.co/e43XMgtUrv

DHAKA – The executive director of the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety, Jim Moriarty has spoken at the organisation’s quarterly press call, claiming that the Alliance has made unprecedented progress regarding issues such as factory safety and worker empowerment.

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