A year to the day after the deadly collapse of Rana Plaza Clean Clothes Campaign remembers all those who died or were injured. 1,138 people were killed and over 2,000 injured, nearly all were garment workers forced to go back in the factory despite fears the building was unsafe. The deadly collapse of Rana Plaza, a building in the Savar district of Dhaka, Bangladesh, showed the world the true cost of fashion.
In memory of those who died or were injured in Rana Plaza.
- If you want to join a memorial event today find your closest event here.
- If you cannot make an event but want to take action here are three things you can do:
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Dr. Mojtaba Kazazi is the Chief Commissioner of the Rana Plaza Arrangement, with a team of Commissioners he is overseeing the claims process in Bangladesh. In this short video he explains the process and the work being done to ensure all the families and survivors receive the financial support they need.
At just 26 years of age Shila's life has been changed forever after being trapped in Rana Plaza. She was working in a factory in Rana Plaza to support herself and her daughter when the building collapsed and she spent the whole day waiting to be rescued. This April she joined campaigners across Europe to call on brands to Pay Up!
On the first anniversary of the terrible collapse of Rana Plaza just 1/3 of the money needed has been committed to the Donor Trust Fund. All brands connected to Rana Plaza or Bangladesh must Pay Up! The survivors and victims' families have suffered enough. Find out which brands have failed to contribute at all and which brands need to pay more.
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