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▶ You don’t have to disrespect and insult others simply to hold your own ground. If you do, that shows how shaky your own position is.

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Bangladesh: Rana Plaza Victims Urgently Need Assistance
Survivors of the Rana Plaza building collapse one year ago in Bangladesh are still suffering from their injuries and loss of income, Human Rights Watch said today. International companies that sourced garments from five factories operating in the Rana Plaza building are not contributing enough to the financial trust fund set up to support survivors and the families of those who died.
According to the Bangladesh government, more than 1,100 people died and about 2,500 were rescued from the disaster when the building collapsed on April 24, 2013. The target for the fund, which is chaired by the International Labour Organization (ILO), is US$40 million, but only $15 million has been raised so far. On April 22, 2014, the government announced that victims would receive their first payments of $645 each from the fund.
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Photo: Survivors and relatives of the garment workers who died in the Rana Plaza building collapse, and in the fire of Tazreen Fashions factory, take part in a rally in Savar on November 24, 2013.  © 2013 Reuters

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Bangladesh: Rana Plaza Victims Urgently Need Assistance

Survivors of the Rana Plaza building collapse one year ago in Bangladesh are still suffering from their injuries and loss of income, Human Rights Watch said today. International companies that sourced garments from five factories operating in the Rana Plaza building are not contributing enough to the financial trust fund set up to support survivors and the families of those who died.

According to the Bangladesh government, more than 1,100 people died and about 2,500 were rescued from the disaster when the building collapsed on April 24, 2013. The target for the fund, which is chaired by the International Labour Organization (ILO), is US$40 million, but only $15 million has been raised so far. On April 22, 2014, the government announced that victims would receive their first payments of $645 each from the fund.

Read more. 

Photo: Survivors and relatives of the garment workers who died in the Rana Plaza building collapse, and in the fire of Tazreen Fashions factory, take part in a rally in Savar on November 24, 2013.  © 2013 Reuters

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