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Trade Unions, NGOs, and Transnationalization
The recent factory collapse in Bangladesh raises questions about the promotion and protection of workers' rights and about the relevant actors who support workers' interests. As trade unionism in the Bangladeshi ready-made garment (RMG) sector is very weak, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) recently turned to the factories to provide support. Simultaneously, reports about poor working conditions have increasingly gained the attention of international labor organizations as well asdoi:10.11588/asien.2014.130.19327 fatcat:azavfqqrsjaonk5qv7ulhjk2km