Scott Nova

Worker Rights Consortium

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Executive Director of the Worker Rights Consortium

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Three weeks after 1127 garment workers died in an eight-story building collapse, the Bangladeshi government has made some concessions to organized labor.

Bangladeshi Workers, the Garment Industry and US Consumers

Three weeks after 1127 garment workers died in an eight-story building collapse, the Bangladeshi government has made some concessions to organized labor.

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