Rana Plaza compensation fund finally meets target

Rana Plaza compensation fund finally meets target

The international fund set up to compensate victims of the 2013 Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, in which 1,137 people died, has now met its target of $30m (£19.63m) after a significant anonymous donation.

See video of  Plaza Survivors Calling on Brands to Pay Up
For the last two years, campaigners have been demanding that brands and retailers provide compensation to the injured workers and the families of those who died. More than a million consumers around the world have publicised the high street companies whose products were made in one of the five factories housed in the structurally unsafe building.
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Stephen Hall
Stephen Hall
Lives in Perth, Western Australia.

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