Een jaar na de ramp met textielfabriek in Bangladesh

Een jaar geleden stortte het dak van Rana Plaza in, een complex waar meerdere textielfabrieken in waren onder gebracht. Hierbij kwamen 1138 mensen om het leven en er ontstond wereldwijd felle kritiek op de arbeidsomstandigheden in de Bengaalse textielbedrijven.

epa04173604 Survivors of the collapsed Rana Plaza garment factories building work in a factory called Oporajeo (The Undefeated), an initiative to rehabilitate the Rana Plaza Survivors, at Savar in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 20 April 2014. About 46 survivors work in the factory to run their families while the one-year anniversary of the collapse of the eight-story Rana Plaza building that left over 1,100 workers dead and about 2,500 rescued alive is coming up on 24 April 2013.  The Rana Plaza disaster highlighted unsafe conditions for many of the 4 million workers in the South Asian country's garment industry.  EPA/ABIR ABDULLAH Beeld EPA
epa04173604 Survivors of the collapsed Rana Plaza garment factories building work in a factory called Oporajeo (The Undefeated), an initiative to rehabilitate the Rana Plaza Survivors, at Savar in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 20 April 2014. About 46 survivors work in the factory to run their families while the one-year anniversary of the collapse of the eight-story Rana Plaza building that left over 1,100 workers dead and about 2,500 rescued alive is coming up on 24 April 2013. The Rana Plaza disaster highlighted unsafe conditions for many of the 4 million workers in the South Asian country's garment industry. EPA/ABIR ABDULLAHBeeld EPA
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To go with AFP Story Bangladesh-disaster-textile-anniversary,FEATURE by Shafiqul Alam

In a picture taken on April 13, 2014, Bangladesh survivors of the Rana Plaza garment factory collapse, perform a drama during a counselling session in Saver on the outskirts of Dhaka. As Bangladesh and the world marks one year since the country's worst industrial disaster, some things have changed for the better in the industry, but the psychological wounds inflicted on survivors remain fresh.  AFP PHOTO/Munir uz ZAMAN Beeld AFP
To go with AFP Story Bangladesh-disaster-textile-anniversary,FEATURE by Shafiqul Alam In a picture taken on April 13, 2014, Bangladesh survivors of the Rana Plaza garment factory collapse, perform a drama during a counselling session in Saver on the outskirts of Dhaka. As Bangladesh and the world marks one year since the country's worst industrial disaster, some things have changed for the better in the industry, but the psychological wounds inflicted on survivors remain fresh. AFP PHOTO/Munir uz ZAMANBeeld AFP
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epa04173606 Survivors of the collapsed Rana Plaza garment factories building work in a factory called Oporajeo (The Undefeated), an initiative to rehabilitate the Rana Plaza Survivors, at Savar in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 20 April 2014. About 46 survivors work in the factory to run their families while the one-year anniversary of the collapse of the eight-story Rana Plaza building that left over 1,100 workers dead and about 2,500 rescued alive is coming up on 24 April 2013.  The Rana Plaza disaster highlighted unsafe conditions for many of the 4 million workers in the South Asian country's garment industry.  EPA/ABIR ABDULLAH Beeld EPA
epa04173606 Survivors of the collapsed Rana Plaza garment factories building work in a factory called Oporajeo (The Undefeated), an initiative to rehabilitate the Rana Plaza Survivors, at Savar in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 20 April 2014. About 46 survivors work in the factory to run their families while the one-year anniversary of the collapse of the eight-story Rana Plaza building that left over 1,100 workers dead and about 2,500 rescued alive is coming up on 24 April 2013. The Rana Plaza disaster highlighted unsafe conditions for many of the 4 million workers in the South Asian country's garment industry. EPA/ABIR ABDULLAHBeeld EPA
epa04173605 Survivors of the collapsed Rana Plaza garment factories building work in a factory called Oporajeo (The Undefeated), an initiative to rehabilitate the Rana Plaza Survivors, at Savar in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 20 April 2014. About 46 survivors work in the factory to run their families while the one-year anniversary of the collapse of the eight-story Rana Plaza building that left over 1,100 workers dead and about 2,500 rescued alive is coming up on 24 April 2013.  The Rana Plaza disaster highlighted unsafe conditions for many of the 4 million workers in the South Asian country's garment industry.  EPA/ABIR ABDULLAH Beeld EPA
epa04173605 Survivors of the collapsed Rana Plaza garment factories building work in a factory called Oporajeo (The Undefeated), an initiative to rehabilitate the Rana Plaza Survivors, at Savar in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 20 April 2014. About 46 survivors work in the factory to run their families while the one-year anniversary of the collapse of the eight-story Rana Plaza building that left over 1,100 workers dead and about 2,500 rescued alive is coming up on 24 April 2013. The Rana Plaza disaster highlighted unsafe conditions for many of the 4 million workers in the South Asian country's garment industry. EPA/ABIR ABDULLAHBeeld EPA
A Bangladeshi woman holds a candle with a portrait of a missing relative, victim of last year’s Rana Plaza building collapse, during a gathering to pay tributes on the eve of the tragedy in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh, Wednesday, April 23, 2014. More than 1,100 people were killed when the illegally constructed, 8-storey building collapsed on April 24, 2013, in a heap along with thousands of workers in the five garment factories in the building. Placard reads “Farzana, Rana Plaza missing.” (AP Photo/A.M. Ahad) Beeld AP
A Bangladeshi woman holds a candle with a portrait of a missing relative, victim of last year’s Rana Plaza building collapse, during a gathering to pay tributes on the eve of the tragedy in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh, Wednesday, April 23, 2014. More than 1,100 people were killed when the illegally constructed, 8-storey building collapsed on April 24, 2013, in a heap along with thousands of workers in the five garment factories in the building. Placard reads “Farzana, Rana Plaza missing.” (AP Photo/A.M. Ahad)Beeld AP
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