In an op-ed, Center for Business and Human Rights deputy director Paul Barrett highlights the improvements that still need to be made in Bangladesh to improve worker safety after the collapse of Rana Plaza
— April 23, 2018
Excerpt from Reuters -- "...the mission of making factories safe in Bangladesh isn’t even close to done. The Accord and Alliance will not continue indefinitely. The Alliance plans to wrap up its work by the end of 2018. The Accord will renew its mandate every six months, but only through mid-2021. At some point, the factories that the two initiatives have overseen will return to the supervision of the Bangladeshi government, which is notorious for having ignored death traps like Rana Plaza and Tazreen Fashions, where a November 2012 fire killed 112."