Bangladesh makes it easier for garment workers to organize

05/13/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

The government in Bangladesh amended a 2006 labor law to pave the way for garment industry workers to organize unions without permission from factory owners. The move comes after a building collapse that killed at least 1,127 people, and activists said the new rule may save lives in the future by giving unionized workers more say in whether to work in unsafe conditions.

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