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Messages of remembrance for Rana Plaza
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Name/নামCountry/দেশMessage/আপনার বার্তা
CamilleBelgiumI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Roanna KeeIrelandMy deepest sympathies go to the families and surrounding community of the rana plaza disaster. What a vile act to put our fashionable desires above human life. Never again
Natalie BrownUnited KingdomWe remember you. We fight for you. We fight for your families.
Fiona ClancyIrelandWe remember Rana Plaza. This should never have happened and we cannot let it happen again. Rest in peace.
Nell MyersUnited KingdomWill try to never forget the people lost in the dreadful Rana Plaza disaster, workers cruelly exploited in providing clothing so casually purchased in countries like the UK.
Sally kirbyEnglandI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Christine NuddsUnited KingdomI send heartfelt sympathy to you who have lost loved ones, and others that have been injured. We will work in the UK to ensure you are not put in such danger again.
Hilary CollinsonUnited KingdomWe will not forget your loss and pledge to keep holding companies to account so that working conditions are ones we would be willing to work in ourselves.
EmilyAustraliaI am working on myself as a buyer to advocate safer working practises to avoid anything like this tragedy.
Jerri JerreatCanadaWe remember you. We are fighting those huge corporations to get safe working conditions and good wages and health benefits for everyone who works in the garment industry in Bangladesh, and financial help for the families who lost someone on that terrible day. We remember. We are sending shared sorrow, and hope for a better tomorrow. This should never happen again. Jerri Jerreat and family in Canada
Hannah FearnleyUnited KingdomI am so very sorry for your families' losses. Words cannot bring your loved ones back but I hope one day consumers will find it unconscionable that others should labour in dangerous conditions, with such long hours and away from their own families for the fleeting benefit of low-price clothes.
A WeirUKI am thinking of you all and remembering the ones that lost their lives so meaninglessly. You deserve so much better. Sending love.
Nese KILDACITurkeyWe remember always your beloved ones. And we can’t forget the responsabilities of the companies. Solidarity is the only thing we share. With hope!
Elisa SchmidtItalyI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
karen wilsonScotlandI pray for all the people who lost family members on that terrible day, and I will keep protesting to ensure that garment factory workers have fair and safe working conditions.
Beth LittlewoodUnited KingdomRemembering those who went to work one day and never came home. This can't happen again.
Neena SalaetsBelgiumout of solidarity
BeataPolandI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Mark Peter GreenwayUnited KingdomThe very idea of people going to work and dying for fulfilling the needs of others is as big an injustice as you can get. I refuse to support the brands who prop this up. In solidarity with all exploited workers worldwide - you are never forgotten
BethUKI stand with you.
Laura BaudouinBelgiumI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Liz RoachUKClothes shouldn't cost lives. I will do what I can to make sure worker s are protected and this doesn't happen again.
Anika ImamUnited StatesYou deserve justice and safe working conditions and good pay. I will help in any way I can.
Richard McCreadyUnited KingdomKeep workers safe! Ensure that there is no repeat of this tragedy.
Sarah KoolsbergenUnited StatesEvery worker deserves to be safe. Every worker has rights. Never again. Rest in peace.
SarahUkDear responsible business owners, it is imperative that the workers who work so hard to keep your product lines running are kept safe and are able to earn a decent living. This is about people's lives at stake. Please take meaningful action that will not only protect your staff, but your brand too. It's unacceptable in this day and age if profit is put before people. Even just raising the prices just little bit of your already cheap goods, would not be noticed by the consumer this end, but would ensure workers in countries like Bangladesh have a better life. The world is changing. Will you be part of the solution? Thank you.
Bobbie FlowersUnited StatesI am with you in your struggle. Thank you so much for your bravery.
James MulcareUnited StatesMay your loss not be in vain.
Rob EsdaileUnited KingdomThe tragedy of the deaths at Rana Plaza are not forgotten. Your suffering motivates some of us in the struggle for fairer trading practices and worker welfare.
Eleanor DaviesScotlandYou are not forgotten, we will keep trying to keep you all safe
Ira GlazerSpainPlease fully implement The Accord on Fire and Building Safety NOW
Gerald HarnimanUnited KingdomToo often we forget those who provide our everyday comforts, that there are people who suffer to make the items we take for granted and use for a brief period. It is time that we honoured those who work in unsafe conditions to produce fashion items that we throw away after the fashion cycle changes, also those who then have to deal with the mountains of waste that results. I honour your efforts and will do all that can be done to improve your lives, to highlight the unjust benefits I have from your labour, and to correct this injustice against yourselves.
Pat TyrrellIrelandI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Chloe SayerUnited KingdomThis disaster can never be forgotten! We remember those who died with deep sorrow! We send our greetings to bereaved families who lost loved ones. A disaster of this magnitude must never happen again.
Mark HollinrakeUnited KingdomThinking about all the victims of this awful event, and joining in the campaign to make sure working is as safe as possible for all workers
Janice LelliottUnited KingdomRemembering with horror the devastation of the fire and loss of life caused by the fire at Rana Plaza. May those who lost their lives or who survived but continue to suffer trauma, not have suffered in vain. This needs to have been a pivotal moment in securing safety for all who work in the garment industry.
Dominique StephenTrinidad and TobagoI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Linda NelUnited KingdomYou and your loved ones are not forgotten and your well-being, safety rights as workers are still of interest and concern to many consumers in the UK. You are not overlooked and many actively care about fair trade, fair wages and decent working conditions and hours for those who produce the products we buy ❤️
Pam LauranceBritainSo sorry.
Elisabeth MurrayUnited KingdomThis must not happen again. Ever. We must keep working to make sure that everyone is safe. Love and prayers.
Molly WarburtonUnited KingdomMy deepest sympathy to everyone involved and those still suffering as a result of this terrible event.You will not be forgotten.
Rosemary FernandesUKSo sorry for the losses of each one of you! Something must be done to protect the workers in the future! God bless!
RieDenmarkWe will make sure your untimely passing will not be in vain. Rest in peace !
Nina mannwrsUkWe are all thinking of you now and praying for you
SimonUnited KingdomGod Bless you.
deirdre leaskUKMy thoughts are with you on this very sad memorial day. I can only hope that it never happens again.
ZoëUKIn memory of the workers who died, standing with the families who lost loved ones, and in solidarity with all garment workers. May God bless you and may the peace that passes understanding be with you always.
Laura HollandUnited KingdomFinally we are listening- we can work together to ensure this never happens again.
Waltraud PospischilUnited KingdomAll workers in our world need to be safe, everyone should earn enough money, and not have to work for too long hours.
Liz ArchibaldUKLet us never forget the tragedy of Rana Plaza and work to ensure a similar event never happens again .
LizaUnited KingdomYou will not be forgotten.
Narayana MenonAustraliaThe memories of the workers who died will stay in our memories forever! How they suffered while they lived as workers and how they suffered in death. There should be a permanent memorial for these heroic workers.
kaiossaudi arabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Abigail WytchardEnglandPlease ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Khadija ajjalSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Khadija ajjalSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Isabelle DacreSwitzerlandSo sorry that your loved one died making clothes for us in Europe and the US. It’s a terrible injustice that must not ever happen again. We must continue to pressure our governments to protect workers everywhere making our goods. May their souls rest in peace.
ShaimaSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Lana ashourSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme
JayUsaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Isabelle DacreSwitzerlandSo sorry that your loved one died making clothes for us in Europe and the US. It’s a terrible injustice that must not ever happen again. We must continue to pressure our governments to protect workers everywhere making our goods. May their souls rest in peace.
Isabelle DacreSwitzerlandSo sorry that your loved one died making clothes for us in Europe and the US. It’s a terrible injustice that must not ever happen again. We must continue to pressure our governments to protect workers everywhere making our goods. May their souls rest in peace.
Talita Sallum de MendoncaBrazilCooperation is fundamental for human survivor! Without workers there won’t be clothes/products for selling. Lives are not replaceable, lives matter! MAKE THEIR WORKING ENVIRONMENT SAFE!
Julia SydowBrazilKEEP WORKS SAFE. Nobody should ever die for fashion. I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
JanaSaudi ArabiaMake your voice heard. Send a message to tell Brands to KEEP WORKERS SAFE. Put your own message in the form below or copy and paste this: I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme
EveSaudi ArabiaSTOP INSULTING PEOPLE
LaraAudi ArabiaMake your voice heard. Send a message to tell Brands to KEEP WORKERS SAFE. Put your own message in the form below or copy and paste this: I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
ManalManalthe form below or copy and paste this: I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
SebaSebaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
RazanqaseemalalmaiSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
FajerSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
YusraSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
LayanSaudi ArabiaMake your voice heard. Send a message to tell Brands to KEEP WORKERS SAFE. Put your own message in the form below or copy and paste this: I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
AsmaYemenI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
ellaSaudiMake your voice heard. Send a message to tell Brands to KEEP WORKERS SAFE. Put your own message in the form below or copy and paste this: I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Claire MUnited KingdomThe memory and suffering of every human life brutally sacrificed will always run through every thread and stitch....
I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Mary RobertsonUKAlways remembered......and I'll keep campaigning for a better future.
sophie crawfordNew ZealandWe Remember them!
RawanRiyadhMake your voice heard. Send a message to tell Brands to KEEP WORKERS SAFE. Put your own message in the form below or copy and paste this: I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
RefalRefalMake your voice heard. Send a message to tell Brands to KEEP WORKERS SAFE. Put your own message in the form below or copy and paste this: I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
LanaSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
ريماسالسعوديهI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
RashaSaudi arabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
AljorySaudi ArabiaMake your voice heard. Send a message to tell Brands to KEEP WORKERS SAFE. Put your own message in the form below or copy and paste this: I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
SebaSebaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
ReemasSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
DanaK.S.AI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
elafsaudi arabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
NsibahSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
ChadiTunisiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
ChadiTunisiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
GhalaSaudi arabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
GhalaSaudi arabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
LamaSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
RanaSudanurge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
RanaSudanurge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
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HalaEgypyI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
HalaEgypyI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
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najdsaudi arabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
nilSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
MyrnaSaudi ArabiaMake your voice heard. Send a message to tell Brands to KEEP WORKERS SAFE. Put your own message in the form below or copy and paste this: I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
LaylaUaeOnly if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
RemasSaudi ArabiaMake your voice heard. Send a message to tell Brands to KEEP WORKERS SAFE. Put your own message in the form below or copy and paste this: I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
kyansaudi arabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
NouraSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Yomna SaudSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
LamaSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
MinahKSAMake your voice heard. Send a message to tell Brands to KEEP WORKERS SAFE. Put your own message in the form below or copy and paste this: I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme
KhalidKuwaiturge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
JwanaSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
ShoogKSAI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
AishaUAEurge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Aseel MohammedSaudi ArabiaI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
YaraSaudi arabiaMake your voice heard. Send a message to tell Brands to KEEP WORKERS SAFE. Put your own message in the form below or copy and paste this: I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
MiraراميMake your voice heard. Send a message to tell Brands to KEEP WORKERS SAFE. Put your own message in the form below or copy and paste this: I urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme
LaraUAEI urge you to ensure that an individually enforceable safety agreement with independent oversight safeguards the work of the Bangladesh Accord. Only if all brands are held legally accountable to the same commitment to keep their factories safe, will safety hazards in the workplace continue to be solved successfully. Brands must ensure a new safety agreement is binding upon all equally. Such an agreement must ensure that in the future also workers in other countries can be covered by this programme.
Nicauris QuezadaUSATo all the families who lost loved ones, I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm so sorry you are suffering this loss. I will do my best to spread the word about what happened here. To make sure we stop this from happening again. I will pray for you.
Laura EinsCanadaLove to all of those who’ve been affected by the tragic effects of unsafe factory practices. May change continue to progress that conditions become safe and beneficial to workers and their loved ones.
Arlene WestcottUnited StatesHi, I want to contribute high-quality content to your website in form of a guest post through a simple 3 step process. 1. I will send three amazing topic ideas that are up to the trend and your readers' interest 2. You need to choose one topic out of those. 3. I will then send a high-quality, plagiarism-free article on that topic. You will just have to publish it with one do-follow backlink to my website. It will be a win-win. Please let me know if we shall start with step 1? Best, Arlene Westcott
Elaine EverardUnited KingdomNever Again
JoanaThailandI'm sorry we weren't there despite your many calls for help. And I'm sorry you're still dying for us. I try my best every day to work against this common narrative. Promise!
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LydiaCanadaYou are important, you are valuable, you are not forgotten x
Carles ValentiSpainThank you for your courage! We will do our best to improve the laboral conditions of all the workers.
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Thomas stefan Slaby-jansenDeutschlandBe fair! Your Hair is known by Life not thrown to Knife !
LauraEspañaHay que apoyar que el mercado no sea global, volver a la producción local y ayudar a los países en desarrollo a que desarrollen su propio mercado y consumo.
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Francine VANDERKIMPENBelgiëMijn gedachten zijn bij alle slachtoffers en hun families van deze tragische gebeurtenis. Moge de tijd de wonden helen. Laten we hopen op hogere veiligheidsnormen en leefbare lonen in de nabije toekomst!
LauraEspañaHay que apoyar que el mercado no sea global, volver a la producción local y ayudar a los países en desarrollo a que desarrollen su propio mercado y consumo.
Pilar AragonSpaonNO hagan contrataciones con aquellas empresas que no respetan los derechos de las personas trabajadoras y las utilicen como explotación laboral
Magdalena de la PiedraEspañaOjalá que entre todos consigamos hacer un mundo más justo.
Sarah HaveronNorthern IrelandMy thoughts and prayers 🙏❤️ are with the Victims and Families of this artosity.
Chris BaudyGermanyMy thoughts are with all the victims and their families of this tragic event. May time heal the wounds. Let's hope for higher safety standards and living wages in the near future!
Ulrike FellGermanyFairness und security
Elisabeth HolterAustriaNever Again!
armin nufergermanyplease save them ALL
Gabriele ZoladkowskiDeutschlandDas Bangladesch-Abkommen aufrecht erhalten, damit Tragödien wie die Rana Plaza nie wieder passieren. Darum sollten alle Staaten in einem strengen Lieferkettengesetz garantieren das alle Beteiligten zu fairen und sicheren Bedingungen arbeiten und entlohnt werden. Transparenz vom Anbau bis zum Endverbraucher. Menschen dürfen nicht Opfer ihrer Arbeit sein!
Gisela WetzelGermanyThe Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programmes failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now!
Sigmar WalbrechtGermanyWe should never forget the tragedy of Rana Plaza. It commits us to stand in solidarity with the surviving members of the families and demand better working conditions.
Matthias SchmidGermanyWe need safe working conditions! All over the world! For the sake of the human rights and the dignity of working people. They are God´s beloved creatures.
LarpentGermanyKeep workers safe
LEO G YOUNGERUNITED STATES OF AMERICAThe health and well-being of each life is necessary.
Aldegonde MelisBelgiëI never buy any new clothes of the big textile brands as long as they don't guarantee a completely SAFE working environment, as well as a FAIR GAGE, for those who all deserve their RESPECT and GRATITUDE. I've included this in my message to those multinational textile producers. I hope many other people will also do/have done that, because those companies need to realise that they urgently have to take their big RESPONSABILITY!
j_bettendorff@yahoo.frBelgiqueVERS UN NOUVEAU RANA PLAZA ? NON !
Norma J F HarrisonUSbe cause
A. CornillieBelgiumThose who respect the safety agreement have nothing to lose. In fact it prevents others from dumping practices thereby creating a level playing field.
Greta ESPEELBelgiëKEEP WORKERS SAFE!!!!!!
marc meersmansBelgiëWanneer, eindelijk de slavenarbeid afgeschaft
MockersBelgiëGood Luck
BriersBelgiëI wish you good luck
Jos BeckersBelgiëkeep workers safe
Leen Van den PutteBelgiëWe 'll keep on fighting for good work conditions for all textile workers around the world!
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BarbaraItaliaRana Plaza No More!
Laurèl Bodenhorst Meyer / Tototè.StudioNetherlandsThe Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programmes failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now! Stay strong and let's fight this together!
Grace A BuckleyUnited KingdomYour loved ones are not forgotten and we will work to ensure this does not happen again
Joanna MiazgaCanadaNo worker should fear being injured or killed when they work. All workers should be expect to be kept safe by their employer and the companies that benefit from their labour. I will not buy anything from companies that fail to protect workers' lives.
Greg GiorgioUSANever again! Here is to the workers- justice is near and we shall win it! The struggle continues and we are one!
Cristian MalhueChileHola, espero alguna empresa me lea, también espero que traten bien a sus trabajadores. No lo obliguen trabajar 24/7 por un sueldo demasiado bajo y tampoco los maltraten. Ellos son seres humanos, quizás hasta tengan familia. CUIDEN A SUS EMPLEADOS
Vicente Yañezchilese lamenta mucho lo que paso lamentable mente las cosas pasan si saver lo que puede pasar
Joaquín GonzálezChile“La muerte es algo que no debemos temer porque, mientras somos, la muerte no es, y cuando la muerte es, nosotros no somos.”
Juan DiegoChileespero que las personas que murieron descansen en paz en el cielo.
MaximilianoChileWe gonna remember all the life's losses in the Rana Plaza
MaximilianoChileWe gonna remember all the life's losses in the Rana Plaza
martin bugejaMALTAI pray that you will not have died in vain
Sarah KoolsbergenUnited StatesPlease maintain the Bangladesh Accord so that tragedies like the Rana Plaza never happen again. All workers deserve to be protected and safe! I send my condolences to the families and loved ones of the workers who were killed at the Rana Plaza. We must end the exploitation of all workers. In community, justice, and sympathy, Sarah Koolsbergen
suzanne danceAustraliaMaintain the Bangladesh Accord so that catastrophes like Rana Plaza never happen again
Margaret NicholsonUnited KingdomI continue to grieve for the lives lost so unnecessarily at the Rana Plaza collapse. Workers must be protected and such a tragedy must never happen again.
Hilary JohnstonCanadaRemembering those who were lost, thinking of those who were injured. Never again!
Jen OlsenNew ZealandWe have not forgotten the families left behind. I am so sorry that the lives of your family members were lost and we are doing our best to make sure that this happens to no-one else.
Sue HorwoodCanadaMy heart still aches for the precious lives lost because of the criminal actions of the factory owners and managers. I believe they are guilty of murder and should be in jail for the rest of their miserable existences.
Cynthia CarleyUSAThe Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programmes failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now!
William K. FastUSAPeople around the world support you
Denise LytleUnited StatesSuch a tragedy that should have never happened. I give my sincerest condolences to the loved ones of those who perished. May this never happen to anyone else again!
Stan BanosUSAWorkers should not be required to sacrifice their lives- just to earn a living!!!
Amy HarlibUSAHEARTFELT PRAYERS THAT NO MORE LIVES SHOULD EVER BE SACRIFICED BECAUSE OF THE CRIMINAL GREED OF HUGE TRANSNATIONAL CORRUPT CORPORATIONS!
Susan BlainUnited StatesNever again should workers die because of the greed of corporations.
Morning Star ChenvenUnited StatesI pray that these kinds of catastrophes will never happen again. May the countries/companies of the world protect the workers as if they were their own family members. May the blessing of your beloveds' lives comfort all who have lost their family and friends.
Monica O'LearyAustraliaMay the victims of the Rana Plaza tragedy be never forgotten and may their lives cut short be a reminder to all that workers lives matter and every worker should be able to return home safely at the end of their working day.
Onni MilneCanadaWe need to end our Modern Slavery economic system so that every worker is safe and healthy. Your sad experience is only one example of why it must end. May the memory of your lost ones prompt the rest of us to take action.
M.Shahadat Hossain, (JGS)Bangladesh Labour Federation-BLFBangladeshNever again Rana Plaza Collapse.
Kirk A. RambleUSAKeep workers safe!
Heide KonradGermanyThe Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programs failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now!
Sylvia van de GardeThe NetherlandsShame on the Western world that refuses to remain human.
Martha JaegersUnited StatesI am so sorry for all this unneeded loss and grief.
Joan BuddUnited StatesNever again!
Susan GilchristUKKeep workers safe, please sign the new legally binding safety agreement straight away.
Mark HollinrakeUnited KingdomForever in our thoughts
Susan BabbittUnited StatesThis must not be allowed to happen again. Best wishes to those who have lost loved ones.
Jean BailsUSASuch a preventable tragedy of epic proportion! No job or amount of clothing is worth the death of even one Rana Plaza worker. Now that the world sees what happened, let us all make sure it never happens again. Families of those who died deserve that and also some compensation.
Dr. Gabriele ReinstadlerAustriaThis may not happen again! I stay in solidarity!
Margaret ChisholmUSAMy prayers are with the families of all who died in this tragic and preventable accident. May you be consoled by the concern and compassion of all of us throughout our world who recognize your pain, grieve for your profound loss, and promise that the tragedy will never be forgotten. May it lead to legally protected safety regulations for all factory workers. May God give you strength and courage to go on and honor your loved ones by working for justice in the workplace. Sent with love.
Sarah McKeeUnited States of AmericaI grieve for the victims and with their families. Nothing like this must ever happen again!
David P SavageUnited KingdomThey have not died in vain, we remember the dead and fight for the living.
AliUKWords cannot describe the injustice and losses you encountered.
Manuela BertoccoItalyNothing can fulfill the loss of lives for the greed of us people. Nothing must be left undone, none action cannot be undertaken to stand up for the rights of every human being.
MollyAustraliaYou and your loved one in my thoughts. I am extremely sorry for your losses. SAFETY IS KEY & pay them the proper amount of money.
SigridNetherlandsNever again must such a horrible event take place. Everyone should be able to work in a safe environment!
Andi SosinUSARemember the Triangle Fire and Rana Plaza! Never Again!
PAOLAITALYNEVER AGAIN
Joey DUKNever forgotten
Emma BottomleyMalaysiaYou and your loved ones are in my thoughts. I am so very sorry for your losses. Know that there are many people who care deeply and are taking action to ensure this tragedy won't happen again. You deserve all the dignity and care in the world.
Victoria StevensonUkRana Plaza was a dreadful accident, that should never have happened. Thinking of you all and remembering your families. Warmest wishes. Victoria
Shajee'ah RamjaunMauritiusWe will never forget you. Much love xx
Sultana MumtazUSASafety safety safety for workers & pay them good amount so they will be happy & productive
Sultana MumtazUSASafety safety safety for workers & pay them good amount so they will be happy & productive
Sonia ParadisCanada''There is no beauty in the finest cloth if it makes hunger and unhappiness '' - Mahatma Ghandi
Patricia MartinUnited KingdomThe Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programmes failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now!
Selina HuqU.K.May this tragedy never happen again.
FabioItalybecause what happened will never happen again
ReemaIndiaThe Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programmes failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now!
KimUKWe will never forget. Love & Peace from the UK.
LillyNorwayI'm so so sorry. <3
Louise AllcoatUnited KingdomRemembering all the garment workers who died in the Rana Plaza disaster. You will never be forgotten.
Wendy QuillUKWith grief for all who lost their lives, their livelihood or their loved ones; With awe for those who fight for “never again;” With humility to those who can forgive the greed of rich countries of the world; Above all, with love to my brothers and sisters of Bangladesh.
KerryAustraliaI am so sorry as a person from the Western World that this happened so that we could have cheaper clothes. It should never have happened. As an educator/activist, I teach my students every year about these unethical practices and mark the anniversary of the Rana Plaza during Fashion Revolution Week. We care and you are not alone. x
Julie MaguireUnited KingdomNever forgotten. Sending love and best wishes to everyone affected by this tragedy.
Carmen Gloria Hernández CatalánChileThis tragedy can never get forgotten. Workers around The World deserve a fair treatment.
Eric JonesUSHey, this is Eric and I ran across ranaplazaneveragain.org a few minutes ago. Looks great… but now what? By that I mean, when someone like me finds your website – either through Search or just bouncing around – what happens next? Do you get a lot of leads from your site, or at least enough to make you happy? Honestly, most business websites fall a bit short when it comes to generating paying customers. Studies show that 70% of a site’s visitors disappear and are gone forever after just a moment. Here’s an idea… How about making it really EASY for every visitor who shows up to get a personal phone call you as soon as they hit your site… You can – Talk With Web Visitor is a software widget that’s works on your site, ready to capture any visitor’s Name, Email address and Phone Number. It signals you the moment they let you know they’re interested – so that you can talk to that lead while they’re literally looking over your site. CLICK HERE https://talkwithwebvisitors.com to try out a Live Demo with Talk With Web Visitor now to see exactly how it works. You’ll be amazed - the difference between contacting someone within 5 minutes versus a half-hour or more later could increase your results 100-fold. It gets even better… once you’ve captured their phone number, with our new SMS Text With Lead feature, you can automatically start a text (SMS) conversation. That way, even if you don’t close a deal right away, you can follow up with text messages for new offers, content links, even just “how you doing?” notes to build a relationship. Pretty sweet – AND effective. CLICK HERE https://talkwithwebvisitors.com to discover what Talk With Web Visitor can do for your business. You could be converting up to 100X more leads today! Eric PS: Talk With Web Visitor offers a FREE 14 days trial – and it even includes International Long Distance Calling. You have customers waiting to talk with you right now… don’t keep them waiting. CLICK HERE https://talkwithwebvisitors.com to try Talk With Web Visitor now. If you'd like to unsubscribe click here http://talkwithwebvisitors.com/unsubscribe.aspx?d=ranaplazaneveragain.org
Joyce FrohnUSAMy prayers are with you.
AmélieGermanyI am sorry for all the human losses. Sending you love and hope from Germany.
Liz TaylorUKNever again let us allow the Rana Plaza disaster to occur anywhere in the world. We are all one world and need to protect everyone.
JossUKOur hearts and minds and dedicated work are with you all. We cannot ever undo the private and collective tragedy of Rana Plaza but we can most definitely remain united in all of our myriad roles in this industry to make sure everyone is granted a safe and dignified place of work Especially in Bangladesh.
StefaniaThe NetherlandsThis event is still very much present for everyone wanting a more just world and fashion. It was so devastating that people started to realize what is beyond the fashion world surface. Keep being strong and I'll keep you in my heart!
Francisca DacaretChileIm close to finish my studies as fashion designer, once im out, i wont stop fighting for all the woman, children and men that work in unsafe conditions . Fashion industry must safeguard for safeness, integrity and dignity of all the workers in every step of the suminister chain. That should be our first priority in our carrer. Every person that work in fashion industry should be treat as equals, should not be any kind of discrimination. No matter the origin, religion, economic situation, color, gender. Does not matter if you are the boss or the employe, everyone deserves to be tratead as the human they are. i am happy to see that out there in every corner in the world, is a person that thinks like me and organizations that does not sleep to revert this. Soon we will win this fight. We wont stop, we wont surrender, until dignity becomes custom.
Elena Garcia SalvadorUnited KingdomIn my mind still unbelievable. We don’t deserve to live in a world like this. We need to change an understand that every human matter. Let’s change the world together for all the people lost in this disaster and the many others that could being avoid if only we human were a bit more empathetic. Let’s join the revolution for a world without Rana Plaza days! Sending my Love to everyone that was directly affected by it. Eleia
Julie GoldsackUnited KingdomSending love and good wishes to everyone affected by the disaster.
Carol MackelUnited StatesI am sorry your life was sacrificed. The fashion industry did not do right by you. I make it a part of my job, as a teacher, to make sure these human rights abuses are known so that we can change what is wrong in the fashion industry.
Mary ChipmanUSAWith a heavy heart I honor the workers who lost their lives in this tragedy. That companies based in my country endangered and exploited workers at Rana Plaza is shameful. Human lives and ethical practices of safety and fair wages should always be more more important than profit and money. I am sorry that my country participated in allowing this disaster to happen. I will not buy brands that do not follow fair trade practices. They must change. Sending love to all whose lives were impacted by this horrible disaster.
PaolaItalyDear friends, you are not forgotten. Your memory is pushing the industry further and we will keep fighting your fight. Nothing will give you or your loved ones your life back, this is a tragedy, but please know it wasn't in vain. With love and gratitude for your ultimate sacrifice
StephanieUnited StatesRana Plaza was a tragedy and should never be repeated. My heart goes out to all the families that lost loved ones that day, especially the children having to endure a life without their mother or father. Love and peace.
Maria Virgínia BarrosPortugalSince that day, we can't never forget the work conditions of those who are behind the goods we buy - the world must be a good place for everyone
Liz PaigeUSATo the families, co-workers and communities who lost loved ones, friends and colleagues in the Rana Plaza disaster, Please know that there are people around the world who remember the awful day when you lost your loved ones. Please know that we are working to improve working conditions for all who make clothing and we are grateful for all that you do. Our hearts and thoughts are with you.
BEA RODRIGUEZ SUAREZPUERTO RICOThis non-sense must be stopped. We have enough from huge companies taking advantage of less fortunate civilians for their own interests. Safety and human rights must be above any business deal. Rana Plaza never again.
MarissaCanadaI was 15 years old when the collapse happened. I couldn’t fully process or understand the great losses of that day. Mothers crying out because their children, younger than I, was lost in the debris and rubble. This event in history changed the course of my life and greatly impacted my career goals to bring safety and rights to those most important in industry, which are garment workers. My heart still hurts at the loss and my deepest grievances go out to those who lost their lives and family members. I am committed to change the industry and with all the hope I have I truly believe it will happen.
Robin PacificCanadaPeace and healing to all who lost loved ones and to all the survivors of this horrific and avoidable disaster.
Mary RobertsonUKNever again! Nobody should have to endure suffering such as the Rana Plaza collapse ever again. I stand with garment workers for their safety and dignity.
NASIMA HUQUnited KingdomOur thoughts and prayers honour to those who list their lives and who were injured.
Andrew WellsUnited KingdomA fair society starts with compassion and decent health and safety for all of us.
সোহেল রানাবাংলাদেশআমি আমার সমস্ত অনুভূতি দিয়ে সেই সব শ্রমিকদের স্বরণ করি যারা এই দূর্ঘটার সময় মারা গেছেন। আমি সব সময় বলব শ্রমিকরা নিরাপদে থাকুক।
Alexandra GanzonItalyRemembering the victims and their families, not only on the anniversary of the tragedy but each time I even consider buying any piece of new clothing. My heart goes out to you and your loved ones. You deserve so much more. I will do my part in spreading awareness of this injustice and by contributing in the fight to end it, in the small ways I can.
AsjaGermanySustainability starts with the workers' health! They deserve a safe and fair life!
IngridBelgiumWe are with you, you are not alone .
PrijotBelgiumThe Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programmes failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now!
KimBelgiumThe Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programmes failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now!
Katrien De VogelaereBelgiumRespect and safety are essential human rights.
Gemma MonsóSpainEstamos con vosotros
Alison HenryBelgiumLive free together
christa mestdaghBelgieHet Bangladesh-akkoord is succesvol geweest vanwege zijn onafhankelijkheid en individuele juridische afdwingbaarheid. Het bereikte echte resultaten wanneer vrijwillige programma's faalden. U kunt ervoor zorgen dat het leven van werknemers veilig wordt gehouden in Bangladesh en elders: teken nu een nieuwe wettelijk bindende veiligheidsovereenkomst!
dina vannoordenBelgiëIedere werknemer heeft recht op een veilige en gezonde werkomgeving en zeker op een menswaardige behandeling en zeker op loon naar werk. Daarvoor wil ik tekenen.
Marleen BrutynBelgiëI commemorate the 1 134 dead and 2 500 injured who were victims of the Rana Plaza collapse as a result of the injudicious use of the building and ignoring the warnings that were already there due to the cracks in the building.
JefBelgiëIk wil dat alle kledingmerken/-winkels een transparanter beleid voeren. Dit wil zeggen dat zij een zorgplicht opnemen voor de keten waarin de kleding geproduceerd en verhandeld wordt. Meer concreet wil dat zeggen - dat de kleding op een duurzame ecologisch verantwoorde manier geproduceerd wordt. - dat de mensen die de kleding maken een menswaardig inkomen krijgen i.p.v. een hongerloon voor te veel te presteren arbeidsuren - dat zij in veilige en gezonde omstandigheden kunnen werken - dat zij recht hebben op vertegenwoordiging via vakbonden - dat er onafhankelijke internationale controles gebeuren die o.m. een volledige inkijk geven in de productie en de volledige toeleveringsketen van de kleding tot die in de winkels en bij ons consumenten komt Ik wil enkel nog kleding kopen bij merken en winkels die daarvoor erkend zijn o.m. via de Fair Wear Foundation. Ik hoop dat u daarvoor de nodige inspanningen gebeuren en wettelijk verplicht worden.
AnnGermanyPraying for the victims, their families and all the strong women in Bangladesh that keep on working for and nurturing their beloved ones. We will fight for better conditions in global economy.
gardin stefaanBelgiëlaat haar werk niet voor niets zijn .
danny maeckelbergheBelgiëshame on you multinationals not takingcare of your personnel and not takingcare of a decent wage and social security
Herwig JanssensBelgiumNot guaranteeing people and families a fair or livable income in order not to go hungry, to have a roof over your head, to not get sick is against universal human rights (article 25). Everyone has the right to social security to develop yourself (Article 22). Objective 1 of the Sustainable Development Goals: End poverty everywhere and in all its forms.
NunziaBelgiumWe're in this together, not apart! Maybe in distance, but never in heart!
GertraudGermanyAll my solidarity with the victims of Rana Plaza and the whole garment industry. We need safe working conditions for the workers, we need the Accord to continue!
Liz ParkerUKMy heartfelt condolences go out to the families of the 1,134 people that were killed and injured when Rana Plaza collapsed. I struggle to comprehend the enormity of what happened that day in so many people's lives. Just thinking about how these men and women were ordered back to their workplaces to fulfil orders or risk losing their wages, from the safe distance in the UK, brings me to tears. I cannot imagine how it must feel in Bangladesh. I am also inspired by the compassion that people showed to each other at the time and in the days and months that followed and the commitment of activists in Bangladesh as well as internationally to bring justice and compensation and the Accord. A lot changed under the Accord. It shouldn't stop now. Let's keep fighting to prevent more deaths and injuries in the future. Let's value the lives of garment workers as if they are our family. We would want to know the building our brothers and sisters was working in was safe and not risk their lives when there was a fire. We must never forget.
Helen JohnsonIrelandKeeping all the families affected in my thoughts at this time.
CelineFranceNo one should die for fashion. This is very sad and it tells a lot about our society. It's a broken system that needs to give more value to life than to profits. We stand with you ♡
PatUKMy thoughts are with those affected by the Rana Plaza and those who lost loved ones. We must do all we can to educate people in the west so they know how our clothes are produced. We must seek safe working practices for garment workers.
LouiseBelgiumLet's all hope Rana Plaza never happens again! I think there still are a lot of people who don't know half of the problems behind their clothes so share this with all your friends and family! Together we can do this
JonSpainAll my solidarity with the victims of Rana Plaza and whole garment industry. We need safety for the workers in the factories, we need the Accord to continue!
Nienke ZijlstraThe NetherlandsWe think about you
LoisNederlandPlease taken care of the People
MetteDenmarkLet us treat the people and the planet with respect! Safety for the workers of Bangladesh is an important step in the right direction.
Joanna JastrzębskaPolandFeel fair wearing your clothes. Be sure no one suffered to make it. The Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programmes failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now!
Marie LABESSEFranceMy heart is with you.
Jennifer Van DriesscheBelgiumIn deep solidarity with bangladeshis workers who paid a too big price for our clothes... We must make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: brands, sign a new legally binding safety agreement now. Rana Plaza, never again!
Alison MorseU.S.A.I will never forget Rana Plaza and I will do whatever I can to fight for the safety and dignity of the people who make my clothes in Bangladesh and elsewhere.
Sara NunezPanamaWe need to maintain The Bangladesh Accord! we need to keep the workers safe, they need security and stability
Claudette BastienCanadaThe Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programmes failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now!
LAMBERT EdméeBelgiumWhen I buy something, I wish absolutely that these thing was producted by people whose the rights and the human dignity were respected.
jacques vincentBelgiqueL’Accord du Bangladesh a été un succès en raison de son indépendance et l’application juridique individuelle. Il a atteint des résultats réels lorsque les programmes volontaires ont échoué. Vous pouvez vous assurer que la vie des travailleurs est en sécurité au Bangladesh et ailleurs : signez dès maintenant un nouvel accord de sécurité juridiquement contraignant !
Gérard MyriamBelgiumNever again! We will never forget... All our sympathy to the struggle and the courage of the workers
Carlier PhilippeBelgiumDon't give up !
Capouillez JacquelineBelgiqueDon't give up!
BETTENDORFF JBelgiumThe Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programmes failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now!
VASSART CHRISTIANEBELGIQUEJe suis attentive aux conditions dans lesquelles sont fabriqués les articles que j'achète. Nous devons exiger des conditions dignes pour les travailleurs.
Van Gorp AnneBelgiqueJe suis très attentive à la manière dont les entreprises de textile traitent leurs travailleuses et travailleurs.
Macchia RosaBelgiumDear, The Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programmes failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now! Keep workers safe !!! Rosa Macchia
DebaarBelgiumThe Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programmes failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now! Anne Debaar
Anne-Marie RaskinetBelgiqueSa sécurité et des conditions de travail et de salaire décentes pour toutes les travailleuses et travailleurs. L'humain avant vos profits.
olivierBelgiumKeep fighting
Carla CazzanigaBelgiumThe Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programmes failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now!
Philippe DuboisBelgiqueJe suis citoyen européen, plus précisément belge et je m'insurge conte les conditions de travail et de salaire des entreprises qui exploitent éhontément les travailleurs du textile. Il est du devoir des entreprises occidentales qui commercialisent les produits fabriqués au Bangladesh, en Inde et dans tous les pays exportateurs de vêtements, de payer le juste prix pour le travail effectué et de vérifier que les conditions de travail des ouvriers sont correctes.
Thomas PrédourBelgiumAnother world is possible.
MOOR RobertBelgiumJe suis citoyen européen, plus précisément belge et je m'insurge conte les conditions de travail et de salaire des entreprises qui exploitent éhontément les travailleurs du textile. Il est du devoir des entreprises occidentales qui commercialisent les produits fabriqués au Bangladesh, en Inde et dans tous les pays exportateurs de vêtements, de payer le juste prix pour le travail effectué et de vérifier que les conditions de travail des ouvriers sont correctes.
Nguyen Xuan SonBelgiumWe want that whatever is sold in our country is produced in respect of the workers and the environement.
Arnould IsabelleBelgiumThe Bangladesh Accord has been successful because of its independence and individual legal enforceability. It reached real results where voluntary programmes failed. You can make sure that workers’ lives are kept safe in Bangladesh and elsewhere: sign a new legally binding safety agreement now!
MarloesThe NetherlandsPlease stop mistreating employers and use them as slaves. It's no secret that 20% of the richest nations use 80% of natural resources. We benefit hugely from the clothing industry. So at least pay a fair prize! Don't give up good goals when there's already so little we're doing! If anything do good now in this time everyone is suffering!
ClovisFranceWe should never see something like this again. For you, for the entire Humanity ! My thoughts are with you
KingsleyUKterrible terrible tragedy that never should have happened .... profit over peoples lives is not right & not sustainable. People cannot expect their own income to have inflationary increases but their expenditure to remain the same & this is the cost of that
MathildeFranceAll my condolences for your loss during this tragic event. We will not forget what happened to the victims of the Rana Plaza and to their loved ones. We stand by you, always. Sanding you lots of love from Europe !
Pat TweedUnited KingdomI can hardly believe it is 8 years since this tragedy. My heart goes out to the bereaved and I pray that a binding safety programme will ensure it does not happen again.
descottesFrancemême à des milliers de kilomètres nous ne sommes pas indifférents à votre situation, nous soutenons ce combat auprès des multinationales, nous soutenons votre lutte en toute solidarité
Farista SairuvCanadaGarment workers deserve justice and dignity. They deserve to work in buildings that are safe and secure. They deserve living wages and healthy, dignified working conditions. Brands must respect these rights.
Shaymon HassanBangladeshTogether we will build safe and hygienic work environment at industry. Safety First......
CatherineGoldsteinIt is essential that brands commit to the Accord on Fire and Building safety in Bangladesh. Brands MUST be responsible for the safety of their workers. This is a human rights issue. I care about every garment worker.
Estelle HofmannFranceI send all my empathy and human warmth to all victims and their family from France. Never forget, ever ask for Justice & Dignity! I've just sent this following message to brands : "Keep safe your workers as your own family! they have children like you, they breathe same air, and their energy is given to your textil product while they breathe... they are the "real treasure" of your industry; without them, safe and healthy, and paid with dignity, your are just an owner (of what?) without ethics and family meaning understanding. thanks for contributing to a decent life!
LaurenUnited KingdomSending love and hope to the people affected by the Rana Plaza and their families. Please know that I am angry and ashamed that this happened, and will work to improve working conditions for garment workers. I will not forget.
CarolScotlandWe feel your loss, and we will never forget you... and we will fight for a fairer, safer future, for all who work in the clothing industry. With love, Carol
Deirdre BlackburnEnglandBrands must be accountable for the safety & fair wages of all the workers, world wide, producing their garments. Individuals must question the ethics of the things they buy. The human tragedy of Rana Plaza can never be allowed to happen again. My love and prayers go out to all the families and loved ones they lost. I am also committed to supporting positive change to ensure safe & fair working conditions for all workers.
DÉSERAUDFRANCEJ'écris pour que les multinationales prolongent l'accord pour la sécurité des bâtiments dans l'industrie textile et prennent toutes les mesures pour la santé des travailleurs. Je soutiens Action Aid et les travailleurs et travailleuses du monde entier.
etiennefranceyou take most of the risk and the least of the pay . however they say slavery is abolished , what a liars
Daniel AUTARDFranceTotale solidarité des travailleurs français envers les travailleurs du Bangladesh, contre la misère, l'exploitation, le travail forcé, les bas salaires, le harcèlement. Oui à des augmentations de salaires, à une baisse de la durée hebdomadaire du travail, à une protection contre les accidents du travail et contre les maladies professionnelles, pour une sécurité sociale, des syndicats libres, le droit de grève, une retraite pour tous et des congés payés.... Tout ce qui devrait être la norme pour l'ensemble des travailleurs de tous les pays du monde.
BOULIN ChantalFranceI feel very concerned by the Rana Plaza building collapse and the thousands of workers injured ou dead. I think about you every time I buy clothes.
Maria CerveraBelgiumAttention all brands! In my family we are responsible consumers, we paid only fair commerce.
Wendy SpratlingUKSuch a disaster should never be allowed to happen again!
Tola MoeunCambodiaWe stand with all comrades there demanding the brands implement their prolonging promises and we share our sadness with those families affected by the building collapses.
Violeta ZlatevaBulgariaПоклон пред мълчаливите жертви на "демократична Европа и Америка"! Шивачките от целия свят са жестоко експлоатирани от големите мулти-компании, които дори считат, че помагат на бедните държави. Лицемерието е огромно, когато ти кажат "ти имаш много по-нисък стандарт на живот и заслужават само тези пари". Никой, дори и лидери от западния свят, не мислят за достойнството на труда на малкия, обикновен работник. А НИЕ мълчим и палим свещи. ДОКОГА ще бъдем мълчаливи жертви???
Angela BellAustraliaBrands must do more to protect garment workers. We can never seen such a massive industrial disaster or allow the small safety issues to continue. If brands are seeking to move clothes they must include workers rights and safety into their calculations.
Marianna Trevizo-FosterUnited StatesThis event changed my mind on everything we have we have purchased. We are deeply sorry for those that have passed and vow never again.
Roberto BarbieriItaliaNever again to die for profit!
Alejandro OrtizUnited States#RanaPlazaNeverAgain: Remembering and looking forward. Saturday, April 24th, marked eight years since the Rana Plaza building collapse where 1,134 people lost their lives, and many more were injured. As Bangladesh is currently in lockdown, we created an online place of commemoration where people around the world could safely come together online to mark this day. The website is still open for you to share your thoughts.
BOIVINFranceAll my support in your struggle. "Keep workers safe" Yes it's very important. The multinationales have'nt to make profit on your health. I followed the disaster of Rana Plaza 8 years ago: never again! Greatings!
ChristelUKI stand with you! It should never have happend. I will be supporting you in whatever way possible. I am sorry that you have suffered so much.
L'HostisFranceSolidarity
Janet MorganUnited KingdomI remember with horror this event where so many lives were lost and many injured. Every worker should be safe at work and the garment industry should ensure their staff have a safe working environment. We in richer countries should be prepared to pay more for our clothes and only buy from good employers that value their workers. All workers should join a Trade Union and fight for safe work places. Thinking of you.
David HowarthEnglandWe will never forget their lives❤✊
urbanejaFranceI think of you all and i will pressure in my own way and inform so that the big brands that exploit you take their responsability.
Florence LocufierBelgiqueHi, I am starting sewing myself. I always think about the work of you, women and men. How genius and maervellous are your hands and hart. You are so able to make beautiful things. This is so hard to sew well! I am so sorry you had to work in such conditions and not considered as you should have been. I know the value of your work and I do not see this in the companies you work for. There is another way of making you work, in good conditions for brands with values. They waste your capabilities. I hope you are now in peace.
Jacques Michel THERYFranceSharing the grief of the families and friends of the vicitms I really wish that stong measures be taken so that such dramas will never occur again
SaraUKYou who have lost loved ones are in my thoughts today. What happened was tragic and shocking. Your pain, sadness and loss is deep. I hope you are healing, however slowly. I will join with others to campaign for the protection of all garment workers so such things never happen again.
Claire and DanEnglandWe are sending our sympathy and love as you remember this awful loss that should never have happened. People all across the World care and will keep fighting for change. Bless you x
Liz OttossonUKRemembering all the people who died when the Rana Plaza building collapsed. We must make garment factories and garment work safer and more secure. You are not forgotten.
Terry BroughUKPeace, love and solidarity.
Maureen HackettUnited KingdomOn the 8th anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster, I remember all the women who died or were badly injured. You will never be forgotten. My heart goes out to all of you. In solidarity with all my sisters in Bangladesh.
Mary RobertsonUKWorkers deserve safety at their workplace. Justice must prevail. We should never again witness the devastation and sorrow of the Rana Plaza factory collapse.
Mark GreenwayUnited KingdomPeople dying just for going to work to satisfy cheap and disposable desires. Shameful. Didn't know any of you personally, but may you all rest in peace. An entirely needless loss of life.
Mairi MacIverUnited KingdomHonour the safety code and protect workers. Shame on those who refuse to do so.
Bridget HarrisUKIn response to Rana Plaza over 200 brands signed a contract to commit to improving workplace safety in Bangladesh. This programme has made over 1600 factories safer for 2 million workers. However, brands now no longer want to be held legally accountable for keeping their workers safe and a safety programme is only meaningful if it’s binding. Over 1,134 people died at Rana Plaza. Never again.
MariaThe NetherlandsI will never stop working towards a better future where nobody is forced to work under unsafe and unfair conditions. You have my heart and my word.
LAPLAIGE DANIELLEFRANCEOuvriers et ouvrières du Bangla-Desh, victimes de cette catastrophe, vous êtes les frères et soeurs de misère des millions de travailleurs précaires européens, nous sommes de tout coeur avec vous pour ce combat pour vos droits, vos soins et votre dignité
Agnes et Olivier QUELENNECFranceNous vous souhaitons beaucoup de courage dans votre combat pour obtenir des sociétés qui vous emploient qu'elles respectent tous vos droits de salariés dont, en particulier, celui de travailler dans des conditions correctes et sécurisées.
Bouteyre AnneFranceI think of all the victims of the Rana Plazza disaster, and their families. I do hope that such a disaster will never happen again and that the garment brands will not forget their accountability. Please give my kindest thoughts to all the grieving families and their friends.
Pascal MolineauxColombiaRana Plaza was a tragic consequence of the Fast Fashion business model of externalized costs and careless pursuit of short-term gain, massive production of clothes with huge Environmental and Social costs. Not Sustainable.
Shireen P Huq/শিরীন প হকBangladesh/বাংলাদেশএমন দুর্ঘটনা যেন আর কোনদিন না ঘটে সেই নিশ্চয়তা যেন সরকার এবং কারখানা মালিকরা দেন, আর যারা রানা প্লাজা ধ্বসের ফলে ক্ষতিগ্রস্ত তাদের ক্ষতিপূরণ নিয়ে আর টালবাহানা না, আন্তর্জাতিক মাণ পরিমাপে দ্রুত ক্ষতিপূরণ দেয়ার ব্যবস্থা করুণ । The government and factory owners must give the assurance that such a disaster will not happen again, and those who have been affected must be given the compensation as per international standards without further ado.
ChristineFranceOn ne devrait pas mourir à cause du travail ! Je soutiens votre combat pour obtenir des conditions de travail qui respectent la sécurité des salariés et compatis à la souffrance des rescapés et de ceux qui ont perdu un être cher dans cette catastrophe. Bon courage !
Gisèle LubardaFranceLe drame de Rana Plaza est inoubliable. Depuis, j'achète mes habits auprès de marques "fair trade" et "écoresponsables", en espérant qu'elles le soient vraiment...
Fabre FlorenceFranceFaith & courage for you !
Gilberte CatalifaudFrancerana plaza plus jamais ça !
de CORBIER BernardFRANCENous souhaitons que les'multinationales de l'habillement continuent à s' engager pour ameliorer vos conditions de travail. Bon courage.
GAGNAIREFranceLoin de vous par la distance, je suis loin d'oublier ce drame dont nous, les occidentaux, devrions à jamais avoir honte. Mes mots me semblent dérisoires face au désastre, à la perte, à la souffrance qui ont été, et sont encore pour certains d'entre vous, les vôtres. Il nous appartient ici en France, de nous mobiliser encore et toujours pour que l'humain cesse enfin d'être considéré comme une valeur négligeable.
Benkraouda catherineFranceJe connaît la situation précaire des ouvrières du textile au bangladesh, mon action boycoter les marques qui exploitent et le faire savoir autour de moi. Courage.
yolande rooryckFranceA a French citizen I feel concerned about the fashion business that kills and exploits humans abroad, particularly women.
Erwan KeravalFranceWe will never forget workers of Rana Plaza (and others). Sometimes we feel guilty when we buy clothes, but most guilties are brandts.
Jean-Michel MocaerFranceCourage contre ces rapaces.
garrigue jcfranceNous n'oublions pas. La honte doit retomber sur les multinationales esclavagistes.
HERBLOT MarianneFRANCEChers amis, Tout mon soutien dans vos luttes de chaque jour pour des conditions de travail respectueuses de chacun.e d'entre vous. Que vos droits soient respectés, pour que vous et vos failles puissiez vivre dans des conditions décentes. Recevez mes chaleureuses pensées. Marianne
Anouk HugueninSwitzerlandJe vous soutiens pour des conditions de vie décentes et pour une protection sociale! Merci pour votre travail!
Bruno FAUREFranceI'll never forget the terrible disaster of Rana Plaza and the people whose lives were ended and upended by it. I want to tell you that they are on my mind. Courage and determination !
bernadetteBelgiumWe will continue to support you
Dalibard Jean-PaulFranceI share your pain and say you "courage". I often think to you. Jean-Paul D.
Lefebvre GérardFranceIn response to Rana Plaza over 200 brands signed a contract to commit to improving workplace safety in Bangladesh. This programme has made over 1600 factories safer for 2 million workers. However, brands now no longer want to be held legally accountable for keeping their workers safe and a safety programme is only meaningful if it’s binding. Over 1,134 people died at Rana Plaza. Never again.
CATHERINEFRANCEI don't forget you ! Never.
AbbyCanadaI’m so sorry for the lives that were lost in this horrible incident. After learning more about this incident I am more aware of where I am buying my clothes from and have become an advocate for workers rights. These lives will never be forgotten. #ranaplazaneveragain
VicentEspañaHola bueno, me han contado lo que paso con el desproposito de esta situación y pues quería mandar muchos animos a toda la gente afectada y que de todo se sale eso esta claro!!! Como decimos aqui en España, para adelante como los de Alicante!! <3
VersNetherlandsIt is simple: a safety programme is only meaningful if it is binding. Take responsibility!
Beth StewartUnited StatesI am appalled by the lack of workers' rights protection or accountability by brands, particularly the huge corporations based in the US. There is no excuse. I will continue to advocate for garment workers.
María José Relaño CottaEspañaNO MÁS ASESINATOS ; NO MÁS SANGRE A CAMBIO D UN SALARIO INDIGNO
LaraEnglandSign a binding safety agreement, don’t go backwards, we must keep progressing and improving.
david berofeCanadaam with you in this fight for justice.I
Patricia KirkpatrickUnited StatesKeep workers safe!
Laura MorenoSpainLet's hope the terrible misfortune at Rana Plaza has a positive outcome. Please, ensure the safety measures programmes are binding and companies respect it. Let's support fair working conditions.
Suzanne RumseyCanadaEvery worker not only deserves, but has a right, to a job free from danger of any kind. That right was denied eight years ago at Rana Plaza. Every one of the 1,134 people who died was beloved -- by their family and friends and by their Creator. I join in grieving their deaths, remembering their lives, and demanding justice for them and their communities. And may flights of angels sing them to their rest.
Pilar IglesiasSpainIn memory of the victims, I ask for justice for all the workers in textile factories who deserve fair working conditions.
Centre for Human Rights Law, SOAS University of LondonUnited KingdomThe Centre for Human Rights Law at SOAS University of London remembers both the victims who died at Rana Plaza and the survivors who live with its legacy. The lives lost were not those of faceless links in a global supply chain, but the parents, siblings, children and loved ones of people who, through no fault of their own, continue to bear the consequences of that day. Our sincere condolences continue to go out to the victims' families. We stand in solidarity with those who continue to pursue guaranteed and effective workplace rights and support their efforts to build the capacity of workers, in particular women workers, to enable them to participate in advocacy for change in the fight against systemic injustice.
মোঃ হাসান আলী BTGWLবাংলাদেশআমি শ্রমিকের আর মৃত্যু দেখতে চাইনাা, শ্রমিক এর নিরাপত্তা ব্যবস্থা জোরদার করার জন্য মালিক ও রাষ্ট্রের দায়িত্ব, আমি রানা প্লাজা আর দেখতে চাই না তাজরীন ফ্যাশনের মতো দূর্ঘটনা আর দেখতে চাই না
Town CrierPakistanOur deepest condolence with those who died. May their soul rest in peace. And may their families be strengthen to deal the situation. No matter how long ago it was. Our loved ones always in heart.
Elaine EverardUnited KingdomI’m sorry. I pray the brands will wake up to their responsibility and we can be sure in Never again
Constanza Pérez PeñaChile#RanaPlazaNeverAgain #RanaPlazaNuncaMás Quiero que la ropa que uso sea fruto de un trabajo que respete los derechos humanos.
Cristal WallageCanadaI promise that will not support brands by purchasing their clothing if they don’t commit to making conditions enter for worker please sign the building safety program
Linda XiongUnited StatesI'm am writing to urge policymakers and corporations to ensure that another Rana Plaza is prevented in the future. A garment should not come at the cost of human lives. Corporations should know where their products are coming from and understand the implications of each purchase order. Workers deserve and need safe working conditions. And that is the bare minimum. Corporations in the Global North tout work-life balance and provide safe places for their own workers yet do nothing to ensure the safety of those who make their garments. We have been fighting for workers right since the tragic Triangle Shirtwaist factory fire, only this time, it is outside of the U.S. We must care for our global community!
Ines CalleSpainYou are in our minds and in our hearts. We are with you 💪😘
Ines CalleSpainKeep your promises!!!! Keep the workers safe!!! No more Rana Plazas
Christine CliburnUSASo very sorry for the loss of your loved ones. May this never occur again.
Christine CliburnUSAKeep your word and never let this happen again.
LuisEspañaEn nuestra memoria el recuerdo de tantas vidas perdidas; duelo y recuerdo. La lucha continua, ¡no descansaremos!
Tanja GotthardsenDenmarkMy thoughts go out to everyone affected by this unfathomable tragedy. May we all work to ensure a more safe and just future for the skilled hands that clothe us.
Barbro VårhedSwedenNever again! Every company - including H&M - has to agree to the safety programme!!
Carin LefflerNorwayWe will never forget the victims of neglect and greed. Never must there be another Rana Plaza or any preventable "accident". We will fight for every garment workers' right to be safe while producing the clothes we wear. The brands must sign a New Accord. NOW!
Maria Laura GhedinaItaliaChiedo che l'accordo sulla sicurezza nei luoghi di lavoro sia definitivo e obbligatorio.
Alessandro PicchioniItalyStop sfruttamento
Tanja GotthardsenDenmarkMy thoughts go out to everyone affected by this unfathomable tragedy. May we all work to ensure a more safe and just future for the skilled hands that clothe us.
Marlies PierrotNetherlandsIn Europe we could start a boycot of the brands which break their promise: safety on the workplace and a decent income for the workers, no children.
Tim ChattertonUkNever again!
Sara Dovre WudaiUSANever again.
AhmedSpainNever forget, never give up
AndreaItalyMy warm embrace to you and your family ❤️
IsabelleSwedenThinking of all of you who were personally affected by the rana plaza disaster. I'm going to work my hardest to make sure that the people I meet never forget what happened on this day and make sure it never happens again.
FelicityUnited Kingdomsending love and support.
Eugenio CattaneoItaliaNever again. Never again.
বাবুল আখতার, সাধারন সম্পাদক, BGIWF- BangladeshBangaladesh``রানা প্লাজা ধসের ৮ বছর, আমরা কি পেলাম '' রানা প্লাজা ধসের কারন ভবনের গঠন টেকসই ছিল না। আইন ও বিধি মেনে ভবনটি করা হয়নি। ভবনটিতে যে সব ব্রান্ডের সাপলাইয়ার ছিল তারাও আইন মেনে কারখানা পরিচাললিত করেনি। এই কারখানাগুলোর যে সব সংস্থা থেকে নিবন্ধন নিয়েছেন তারাও ভবনের ও কারখানা মনিটরিং না করেই অনুমোদন দিয়েছেন। কারখানাগুলোকে বিজিএমইএ থেকে সদস্য পদ দেয়ার পূর্বে কোন তদন্ত করেনি। ব্রান্ডগুলো তাদের কাজের আদেশ দেয়ার পূর্বে এসব কারখানা শ্রম আইন মানেন কি না, ভবন ঠিক আছে কি না, কাজের পরিবেশ কেমন তাহা দেখেন নি। তাই রানা প্লাজা ধসের ১১৩৮ জন বা তার বেশি শ্রমিকের মিত্যু এবং সমপরিমান শ্রমিক আহত, পঙ্গু হওয়ার জন্য কারখানার মালিক, ভবনের মালিক, শ্রমমন্ত্রনালয়, ব্রান্ড, বিজিএমইএ দায়ী। আমাদের শ্রম আইন যতটুকু ভাল বা শক্তিশালী আছে কিন্তু তাহা বাস্তবায়ন নেই। আইন ও বিধিমালা সঠিক ভাবে বাস্তবায়ন হয় কি না তাহা শ্রম দপ্তর দেখা শুনা করবে। কিন্তু তারা ব্যার্থ। আাদের যে আইন ও বিধি রয়েছে তাহাতে কারখানার ও শ্রমিকদের নিরাপত্তা শতভাগ নিশ্চিত হয় না। ক্ষতিপূরনের যে পরিমান রয়েছে তাহা খুবেই কম। এ আইনে চিকিৎসা, ও সামাজিক নিরাপত্তা বলতে কিছু নেই। তারপরও এ আইনটি বাস্তবায়ণ করতে মালিক ও ক্রেতাদের চরম অনিহা। রানা প্লাজা ধসের পর সরকার ও বিজিএমইএ এর ব্যার্থতা চরম ভাবে ফুটে উঠে। ব্রান্ডদের সামাজিক নিরাপত্তাগুলো দূর্বল তাহা প্রকাশ পায়। সমলোচনার মুখে পরে অনেক ক্রেতা বাংলাদেশ থেকে পোশাক কিনবে না বলে ও ঘোষনা দিলে তারা আবার নতুন করে সমলোচানয় পড়েন। কনজিউমার বাংলাদেশী পোশাক বয়কট করার ডাক দেন। বিদেশের অনেক সংগঠন ও সংস্থা বাংলাদেশের পোশাক বয়কট করার উদ্দ্যেগ নেয়। অতপর ইন্ডাষ্ট্রিঅল, WRC, CCC, ILRF, UNI দের চাপে অ্যাকর্ড গঠন হয়। বাংলাদেশের পোশাক শিল্পের মালিকেরা শক্তিশালী। শ্রম দপ্তরগুলোর অযোগ্যতা, অনিয়ম এবং অভিজ্ঞতার অভাব রয়েছে। এসব কারনে মালিকদের এবং সরকারের কোন প্রতিনিধি অ্যাকর্ডে রাখা হয়নি। অ্যাকর্ড নিরপেক্ষ, স্বচ্ছতা, জবাবদিহিতা ও স্বাধীন ভাবে কাজ করার ফলে আজ আমাদের পোশাক শিল্পে শ্রমিকদের নিরাপত্তা অনেক উন্নতী করছে। যাহার ধারাবাহিকতা আরও প্রয়োজন। কারন- ভবনের নিরাপত্তা একবার টিক করলেই হয়ে যায়। কিন্তু ইলেক্টিকাল ও ফায়ার ও বয়লার নিরাপত্তার বিষয় চলমান প্রক্রিয়া। তাই অ্যাকর্ড এর প্রয়োজনীয়তা অনেক। অ্যাকর্ড শুধু বাংলাদেশ নয়। যে সব দেশে পোশাক শিল্প রয়েছে সেকল দেশেও অ্যাকর্ডের কার্য্ক্রম বৃদ্ধি করা উচিৎ বলে আমি মনে করি। এইরূপ একটি প্রতিষ্ঠান বিশ্বের সকল পোশাক কারখাানার শ্রমিকদের নিরাপত্তা নিশ্চিৎ করতে সক্ষম। তাই আমি সকল ক্রেতাদের অ্যাকর্ডে র কার্যক্রম চালু রাখতে অ্যাকর্ডের সাথে থাকার জন্য অনুরোধ করছি। বাংলাদেশ থেকে অ্যাকর্ডে র কাজ বন্ধ করার জন্য পরিকল্পিত ষড়যন্ত্র হয়েছে। তারপর RSC গঠিত হয়েছে। আরএসসি আমাদের কাছে নতুন এবং এর সাথে কারখানার মালিকেরা রয়েছে। আমিও আরএসসি এর বোর্ড মেম্বার। আরএসসির কাজের শুরুতেই মালিকদের প্রভাব লক্ষকরা যাচ্ছে। হয়ত তাদের প্রভাব আরও বৃদ্ধি পাবে। এর ফলে আরএসসিি আগামী দিনগুলোতে মনে হয় না স্বাধীন ভাবে কাজ করতে পারবে। এ কারনে ও অ্যাকর্ড কে সচল রাখা একান্তু প্রয়োজন। বাবুল আখতার 01819198205 bgiwf1@gmail.com
LizaU.S.Sending love and support - they will never be forgotten!
Karen DeanAustraliaThinking of you all on this tragic anniversary. I wish you strength, solidarity and success in your campaign to support and protect workers.
Constanza Pérez PeñaChile#RanaPlazaNeverAgain #RanaPlazaNuncaMás Quiero que la ropa que uso sea fruto de un trabajo que respete los derechos humanos.
Bárbara PérezChile#RanaPlazaNeverAgain #RanaPlazaNuncaMás Quiero que la ropa que uso sea fruto de un trabajo que respete los derechos humanos.
LianaUSAExtending my deepest sympathies. I will never forget, and I will continue to work for a safer industry for workers.
MariteChileI think about the people behind my garments every single day. I think about you and I will continue spreading the word about what happened in Rana Plaza and what's going on in the fashion industry. We need changes for you, for your people and families, for all the garments workers around the world.
Erik KarlströmSwedenMake the safety program binding to save lives.
Madison AlexanderUnited StatesI pray that the Lord would provide comfort and continual justice and restoration to the victims and families of this tragedy.
sophie crawfordNew ZealandMy humbly prayers and Remembering them the lost during this time, that supposedly will not be happened in Fashion industry. Since and started today, that I wish to continue the safest, fair wages and protection of the workers and development of the product and itself....god bless you all. love sophie
ElizabetePortugalNow we know! I am sorry. It's time to make better choices.
Rose RodriguezUSAKeep garment workers safe. Human life above profit!
MARIA GALVANSpainNever again we’ll never forget the victims!
Rose RodriguezUSAThe greed that caused this disaster is inexcusable. The cracks discovered the day before closed the Bank and shops immediately. The owner knew this building could not hold an industrial complex, so you it was overlooked for money’s sake. The death of over a thousand young ladies and children in nurseries was a horrific event. And to further display your disregard for human life, you refused UN help in rescuing live people who drank their own urine to withstand the heat until May 13th. Your own people meant nothing to you, nothing but a dollar bill.
LourdesArgentinaMy heart goes out to the people who lost a loved one because of this tragedy. They cannot and will never be forgotten. I will keep doing all I can from this corner of the world to make sure history won't repeat itself, and to make the brands and companies responsible for this take accountability until the end of time.
BeatriceItaliaNo one should ever die because of the clothes we are wearing. Everyone deserves to work in a safe place. Remembering this atrocity is absolutely a necessity.
Janelle DillerUSAMost heartfelt sympathy to all the persons and families who have lost loved ones in the Rana Plaza disaster and to those who must live with disabilities resulting from this collapse.
Carles ValentiSpain¿Qué hay detrás de una pieza de ropa muy barata? La muerte injusta y evitable de millones de mujeres. Deja de comprar las grandes marcas en los grandes almacenes y investiga de donde es la ropa que compras y como ha sido hecha. Es una forma de evitar que sucedan asesinatos como el del Rana Plaza
SiennaEnglandWe can'r bring back those that were lost at Rana Plaza, but we can hold brands accountable and make sure it never happens again.
LucyEnglandI am sending my love to all who have been effected by the tragedy at Rana Plaza and also to those who are still being exploited in the name of fashion. You are not forgotten and there is a growing number of the community that refuse to partake in the evils of the fashion industry. I will not stop spreading the message of the conditions you are subjected to and I am committed to not purchasing any garment that are made by the blood, sweat and tears of my fellow human beings. My love, prays and support are with you xxx
GiuseppinaNetherlandsI will live and work for this not to happen again. All my love to the families and friends who lost their dears in the Rana Plaza.
Irene BonaccorsiItaliaI remember Rana Plaza, I remember the dead workers and the injured workers, I remember the crying of the family members. Never again.
J BaileyUKWorkers need to be treated fairly, be paid properly, and have safe working conditions. The Rana Plaza tragedy must never be repeated.
LauraSpainEl acuerdo de Bangladesh tiene que continuar. Queremos y exigimos una industria textil humanizada y centrada en el cuidado de la vida.
Trinidad PideritChileNo words will compensate the pain and eager anger that thousands of families must feel because of this. But we'll keep fighting for a bright and better future, in which no one would die for the sake of pretty clothes, ever again. Sending so much love.
MadeleineThe NetherlandsI remember I heard about the Rana Plaza disaster and I was so shocked..... I’ve tried to use it as an example for my students, about buying nice cheap clothes and not realizing the unfair circumstances in which they were made. I hope it will keep staying a symbol of things that need to change in this industry. In that way, we honour the young lives that were so brutally stopped or severly harmed 8 years ago.
Katrien Van MechelenLuxembourgTake your responsibilities, companies please!
BryonyUKMy thoughts are with everyone who is still suffering as a result of this appaling incident 8 years ago, which resulted in the loss of so many lives. Brands can not be allowed to move backwards and reduce their commitments to keep workers safe. Without a legally binding agreement, this would undoubtedly be the result. Being held legally responsible for keeping workers safe is the absolute minimum we should expect from them.
Lisa PogoffUSA safety programme is only meaningful if it is binding! Commit to improving workplace safety!
Juli Silver TaracidoPuerto RicoDisdain for the safety and lives of workers must be punished! Stop endangering garment workers. In response to Rana Plaza over 200 brands signed a contract to commit to improving workplace safety in Bangladesh. This programme has made over 1600 factories safer for 2 million workers. However, brands now no longer want to be held legally accountable for keeping their workers safe and a safety programme is only meaningful if it’s binding. Over 1,134 people died at Rana Plaza. Never again.
Moira HutchinsonCanadaI remember Rana Plaza and will continue to press for a binding safety program so that it never happens again.
Emily BesaGermanyHolding you in the light and joining you in the fight for safe and fair working conditions.
Elodie CechettuFranceI am so sorry for all your losses. You are not forgotten.
HollieUkSending love and solidarity to all of the families who lost loved ones on this horrific tragedy. My prayers are with all of you
GrazianaItalyRana Plaza never again!
Nina AscolyThe NetherlandsSending love and solidarity to the families who lost loved ones and to the workers who survived. I will never forget the tragedy of Rana Plaza and this continues to motivate me to take action to demand justice for garment workers in Bangladesh and worldwide.
jenneke arensnetherlandsSolidarity with all the workers and their families and in remembrance of all the workers who were kiled in the collapse. Rana Plaza will never be forgotten.
বকুরবাংলাদেশএ্যাকড আছে বলে কারখানায় নিরাপত্তা স্বাস্থ্য সুরক্ষার আছে
MonowaraBangladeshআন্তর্জাতিক পযার্য়ের এ্যাকডে চুক্তির মেয়াদ বৃদ্ধি করার জন্য জোরালো দা্বি জানাই
Judy GearhartUSAIntimate loss - the death of an immediate family member or loved one is excruciating and it never ends. Today I am sending prayers for the thousands of families - especially the parents who lost children in the collapse of Rana Plaza - and who continue to endure this pain.
লাইজুবাংলাদেশআন্তর্জাতিক পযার্য়ের এ্যাকডে চুক্তির মেয়াদ বৃদ্ধি করতে হবে,
Manel VenturaSpainWe do remember them!
Isidora Pérez UrzúaChileDespite there is nothing I can do to bring your loved ones back, I promise I will choose wisely when it comes to clothing. I promise to you, and to them, to grow conscious of the commitments brands need to assume for you to be protected at work and under safe conditions. I promise I will do better because you are worth it and because you shouldn't risk more than you already have. Sending you love all the way from Chile. Together we will fight the industry and change it on our own terms. Best and lots of love.
Serena FazzolariUKIn response to Rana Plaza over 200 brands signed a contract to commit to improving workplace safety in Bangladesh. This programme has made over 1600 factories safer for 2 million workers. However, brands now no longer want to be held legally accountable for keeping their workers safe and a safety programme is only meaningful if it’s binding. Over 1,134 people died at Rana Plaza. Never again.
Aleksandra BiskupskaPolandNo one should suffer and work in unsafe conditions for success of brands. It is your responsibility to look after your employees in factories. As a customer I refuse to buy product that cost human and animal suffering. Go fair trade way. It is right and good.
Luisa KassubeGermanyHey Fashion Brands, I don't want to wear clothes with blood or risk of blood on it. I urge you to make shure to that workers rights are respected and factories are safe. Cause no one should die for fashion!
Mayisha BegumUnited KingdomEight years on and it never gets easier. Thinking of everyone in Bangladesh mourning their loved ones, the injured, the rescue workers, those who are still traumatised by the collapse, family and friends, and all workers who continue to face the consequences of Western capitalism and greed. I am so sorry and I truly hope we can end this brutal machine one day, together. - Mayisha
Mary KazaziSwitzerlandNever Again.
Harriet CrossleyUnited KingdomEveryone deserves to be treated fairly and payed fairly. It's 2021 and this still shouldn't be happening. Brands should be held accountable.
Julie MaguireUnited KingdomRemembering all those who lost their lives or were affected by the Rana Plaza disaster. To ensure nothing like this ever happens again, brands must be held legally accountable for their workers safety.
Mojtaba KazaziSwitzerlandThis is a day to remember the deceased, injured , and survivors of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, a tragedy that could have been simply avoided had attention been paid to the safety of the factory. This is also a day to celebrate the solidarity of people from Bangladesh and all around the world, following the tragedy, to help the survivors and to set up a system that would prevent similar events. We owe it to the victims and to our collective conscious to keep ACCORD and similar efforts live and continuing.
FrancescoItalyA hug and a prayer. To everyone
ceciliaItalylet's change together the fashion system
RobertaitalyRespect! 💖 Rights | Relationships | R- Evolution #ranaplazaneveragain Roberta Raeli Designer
Julia BullasEnglandI’m so sorry for such devastating loss. I vow to help make sure this never happens again. Thinking of all those who were lost and those who loved them. Julia
স্বপ্না দাসবাংলাদেশকমস্থলে এ্যাকডের ভুমিকা অটুট থাকুক। আন্তর্জাতিক পযার্য়ের এ্যাকডে চুক্তির মেয়াদ বৃদ্ধি করা হোক। # Rana plaza Never Again.
জুলি আক্তারBangladesh# No one should die for fashion # No more death in RMG # we want safe workplace #. We will be safe if Accord is with us. # Rana plaza Never Again. # Accord should be extended BGIWF
elliesfika @ amaltheaathensGreeceI' am thinking all this. I want to take action My dream ,...is the road to sustainability, to protect our planet , to live with more empathy & awakeness #we take action # we change #ourdream #theroadtosustainability #keepworkerssafe
MaríaEspañaInfraestructuras adecuadas, condiciones de trabajo dignas, salarios justos. Que la codicia no vuelva a derramar la sangre de nadie Nunca más permitan que una tragedia tan horrible vuelva a pasar. Mis abrazos y mi apoyo a las víctimas y sus familiares.
নাজমা আক্তারবাংলাদেশকমক্ষেত্রে স্বাস্থ্য সুরক্ষার, নিরাপত্তা, ফায়ার সেফটি,মাতৃত্বকালীন ছুটি, জেন্ডার ভাইলুসন, ইত্যাদি শ্রমিকের অধিকার এর জন্য এ্যাকডের ভুমিকা অনস্বীকার্য, আমরা RMG Sector এর নিয়োজিত শ্রমিকেরা চাই আন্তর্জাতিক পযার্য়ের এ্যাকডের চুক্তির মেয়াদ আরো বৃদ্ধি করা হোক, এটা আজ রানা প্লাজা ধ্বংস দিবসে শ্রমিকদের জোর দাবি, আর কোন কারখানায় রানা প্লাজা দুর্ঘটনা মত মৃত্যুর মিশিল দেখতে চাই না,
Francesca AbateItalyI will never forget. I’ll be your voice, your hands, your heart. I promise: I will never forget.
Eliannethe NetherlandsMy thoughts are with those who lost a loved one and those who got injured. This may never happen again. The fashion industry must change!
BryonyUKI’m so sorry that the Rana Plaza collapse was able to happen and that so many people have been lost. Sending love and solidarity to the people injured and hurt, to the families of lost loved ones, and to garment workers still facing unjust conditions in Bangladesh today. We need the accord, justice, compensation and for all workers to be able to live lives of dignity for their skilled and invaluable labour.
NishatUKI’m so sorry that our greed in the West has taken so much from you. Thinking of all the souls who were lost in this tragic and inhumane incident.
Maria AlessandraItalyPlease, don't let your memory forget about what happened in a disaster like Rana Plaza. People need to work and be back home to their families, without being afraid of entering a building that is not safe. We pray for all the missing people and the families who suffered while sewing our clothes that we neither use anymore. We can't close our eyes to this, can you?
Jasmine AkhterBangladesh# Rana plaza Never Again # No more death in RMG
সাজু আক্তারবাংলাদেশআন্তর্জাতিক পযার্য়ের এ্যাকডের চুক্তির মেয়াদ আরো বৃদ্ধি করা হোক, কারণ এ্যাকড থাকলে কারখানার কম পরিবেশ,নিরাপত্তা, শ্রমিকের অধিকার সবই সঠিক ভাবে মূল্যায়ন হবে।
LauraLithuaniaIn 2013 we had a poll to vote which tragedy touched us the most. The most votes got ceiling collapse in Latvia, Rana Plaza disaster got only 1%. It is because it seems distant and it seems that we are not involved, but we are more involved that we understand. We need to teach people about how we are endangering garment workers and how fashion industry works. We need to remind Rana Plaza disaster every day. We need to understand that it is our fault too. We need to take actions.
নাগিস আক্তারবাংলাদেশএ্যাকড চলে যাওয়া মানে আবার কারখানা গুলোতে কমপরিবেশ নষ্ট, শ্রমিকের নিরাপত্তা নিশ্চিত বিনষ্ট, বিল্ডিং এর নিরাপত্তা শূন্য অবস্থানে চলে যাওয়া, এ্যাকড আমাদের / শ্রমিকের নিরাপত্তা নিশ্চিত করে। # রানা প্লাজা দুর্ঘটনায় দোষী ব্যক্তিদের বিচার আওতাধীন এনে বিচার করা হোক, আহত শ্রমিকের তাদের পাওনাদি পরিশোধ করা হোক।
Parvin AkterBangladesh# We need Accord for safe workplace # workers Safety first gives the Accord.
Nadiya AkhterBangladeshকমস্থলে জীবনে নিরাপত্তা চাই, সেটা শ্রমিকের অধিকার। কারখানায় জীবনের নিরাপত্তা নিশ্চিত করতে এ্যাকডে বিকল্প নেই
HasinaBangladeshAccord চলে যাওয়া মানে আবার RMG Sector এর শ্রমিকের অধিকার শুন্য অবস্থানে চলে যাওয়া,
Jarnna AkhterBangladesh#We want the Accord to be with us. # Rana plaza never Again.
Akbar AliBangladesh# We want the Accord to be with us. # we need Accord for safe workplace # we will be safe if the Accord with us.
আসমা বেগমBangladeshএ্যাকড চলে যাওয়া মানে আবার কারখানা গুলোতে কমপরিবেশ নষ্ট হওয়া, শ্রমিকের নিরাপত্তা, একেবারে শুন্যের কোঠায় চলে যাওয়া, এ্যাকড শ্রমিকের কমস্থলে নিরাপত্তা নিশ্চিত করে,
Rome DasBangladeshআন্তর্জাতিক পযার্য়ের Accord এর চুক্তির মেয়াদ বৃদ্ধি করা হোক,কারণ Accord থাকলে কারখানার কমপরিবেশ,শ্রমিকের নিরাপত্তা সবকিছু ঠিক থাকবে।
Jony Akter,mark fashion LtdBangladeshকমস্থলে সকল ধরণের নিযাতন - অত্যাচার বন্ধ করতে,শ্রমিকের অধিকার প্রতিষ্ঠা করতে, সুন্দর, নিরাপদ পরিবেশ অটুট রাখতে Accord এর চুক্তির মেয়াদ আরো বৃদ্ধি করতে হবে, RMG শ্রমিকদের দাবি।
ছোটন দত্তBangladeshএ্যাকড চলে যাওয়া মানে আবার কারখানা গুলোর কম- পরিবেশ, শ্রমিকে নিরাপত্তা, বিল্ডিংয়ের নিরাপত্তা, পুনরায় শুন্য অবস্থানে চলে যাওয়া, সুতরাং এ্যাকড আমাদের / শ্রমিকের কমস্থলে নিরাপত্তা নিশ্চিত করে।
Md HasanBangladesh# We want the Accord to be with us. # We need Accord for safe Workplace. # Workers safety first gives only Accord with us.
তানিয়া আক্তারবাংলাদেশকমস্থলে জীবনে নিরাপত্তা চাই, সেটা আমার / শ্রমিকের অধিকার। কারখানায় জীবনের নিরাপত্তা নিশ্চিত করতে একডের বিকল্প আর কিছু নেই।
নওশাদ রায়হানবাংলাদেশতোমরা স্বর্গবাসী, ঘোমাও নিশ্চিতে, আমরা জেগে থাকবো, নিরাপদ কর্মস্থল নিশ্চিত করতে।
Dave SzollosyCanadaMay the memories of the loved ones bring consolation and peace in celebration of the gift their lives were. May they never be forgotten.
স্বপন পান্ডেবাংলাদেশরানা প্লাজায় নিহত সকল ভাই-বোনদেরদের জন‍্য বিনম্র শ্রদ্ধা নিবেদন করছি। তাদের আত্নার শান্তি কামনা করছি। তাদের পরিবার, আত্নীয়স্বজন, বন্ধু-বান্ধব সকলে যেন এই শোক কাটিয়ে উঠে যেন জীবনে সামনের এগিয়ে যেতে পারে এবং সৃষ্টিকর্তা তাদের ধৈর্য‍্য ও সহ‍্য ক্ষমতা দান করুক এই কামনা করি।
Corjan RinkThe NetherlandsWe pray, we ask, we scream that this is not the system we want as humanity. It’s about FAIR work, FAIR price. And as brands you have a big responsibility in creating a new FAIR system. Take that responsibility and don’t make it a marketingstory. Pay FAIR prices. MAKE good fabrics for the workers. Otherwise the responsibility when something goes wrong is high! We need that FAIR world now! RESPECT the life of the workers. As consumers we will fight more for there rights. And you need us. It’s TIME!
Heather GregersenCanadaNo one should have to work in unsafe conditions. It is just not right that so many lives were lost because of greed. Heather
Frodo van OostveenNetherlandsSupport
Piyush LabhsetwarIndiaPower to workers
Mst Maisha ChowdhuryBangladeshAssalamu Alaikum. I know the struggle of this difficult time is affecting everyone from every level. I believe this trying time should be the time when we realize how crucial "security" is, may that be the certainty of business or certainty of being alive itself. This Corona Virus has mostly affected the rich people. Even a very rich person is not able to buy themselves safety/security of their lives with all their money. Please let us ensure the safety of the people who works for us, even if it means to spend huge money. Keeping money for oneself doesn't guarantee everything in life. Take care.
PILARVALENCIA ESPAÑAME UNO AL DOLOR Y RECUERDO DE LA GRAN TRAGEDKA Y ESPERO QUE JAMAS SE REPITA UN DESASTRE TAN TERRIBLE EN EL MUNDO TEXTIL
Efad HuqUSAWe must have a binding regulation for the safety of all garments workers! Dignity and justice for all garments workers!
Kathleen RuffCanadaI send you my heart-felt sympathy for your loss and pain. I am thinking of you all and send you love and solidarity. Kathleen
A. RehhornCanadaMy thoughts and prayers are with you.
Remko VarkevisserThe NetherlandsLet us join together to tell the world disasters like this are absolutely unacceptable!
Hilde TimmerNetherlandsKeep your workers save !!!!
Ruth OgierUKMy deep condolences to all the families that will grieve again today for lost loved ones, and for all those living with injuries sustained in this disaster. I will continue to support the demands for enforceable agreements on brands and employers so that the lives, well-being, rights and dignity of workers are not sacrificed for corporate profits.
জাহাঙ্গীর আলম চৌধুরীবাংলাদেশরানা প্লাজার নিঃসংশ ভাবে মুত্যু বরন করা শ্রমিকদের আত্মার মাগফেরাত ও শ্রদ্ধা জানিয়ে। বলতে চাই যে।আজও দাবীকৃত ও প্রতিশ্রতির ক্ষতিপূরণ তেমন একটা পায়নাই।সে সাথে পংগু ও আহত শ্রমিকদের বিভিন্ন নামী দামী ব্র্যান্ড সরকার মালিকদের থেকে ষোলআনা ক্ষতিপূরণ আজও পায় নাই।এ ছাড়া চাকুরী হারানো শ্রমিক রা চাকুরী না পেয়ে আজ ও পেটের দায়ে অন্য পেশায় মানবেতর ভাবে কাজ করছে যা সম্পুর্ন ভাবে অমানবিক।জাতীয় শ্রমিক সংগঠন গুলি এই ঐতিহাসিক ট্রাজিটি দিবসটিকে জাতীয় দিবস ঘোষনা করে শ্রমিক দের প্রতি সন্মান ও মর্যাদা প্রদর্শন করা হউক।কিন্ত এব্যাপারে সরকার বা মালিক রা অদ্যবধি কোন কার্যকর ব্যাবস্তা গ্রহন করে নাই। দেশ যখন শ্রমিকের হাতের ছোঁয়ায় পোশাক শিল্প জাতীয় অর্থনীতিতে বিশাল অবদান রেখে যাচ্ছে।তখন এই নিরমম ভাবে নিহত শ্রমিকদের প্রতি সন্মান প্রদর্শন করে আজ ও শ্রমিকরা স্বীকৃতি পেল না। তাই বিদেশি ব্রান্ড বিদেশি ব্রান্ড মালিকও সরকারের প্রতি দাবী রানা প্লাজার নিহত,আহত,ও কর্ম হীন শ্রমিক দের মর্যাদাপূর্ণ ব
জাহাঙ্গীর আলম চৌধুরীবাংলাদেশরানা প্লাজার নিঃসংশ ভাবে মুত্যু বরন করা শ্রমিকদের আত্মার মাগফেরাত ও শ্রদ্ধা জানিয়ে। বলতে চাই যে।আজও দাবীকৃত ও প্রতিশ্রতির ক্ষতিপূরণ তেমন একটা পায়নাই।সে সাথে পংগু ও আহত শ্রমিকদের বিভিন্ন নামী দামী ব্র্যান্ড সরকার মালিকদের থেকে ষোলআনা ক্ষতিপূরণ আজও পায় নাই।এ ছাড়া চাকুরী হারানো শ্রমিক রা চাকুরী না পেয়ে আজ ও পেটের দায়ে অন্য পেশায় মানবেতর ভাবে কাজ করছে যা সম্পুর্ন ভাবে অমানবিক।জাতীয় শ্রমিক সংগঠন গুলি এই ঐতিহাসিক ট্রাজিটি দিবসটিকে জাতীয় দিবস ঘোষনা করে শ্রমিক দের প্রতি সন্মান ও মর্যাদা প্রদর্শন করা হউক।কিন্ত এব্যাপারে সরকার বা মালিক রা অদ্যবধি কোন কার্যকর ব্যাবস্তা গ্রহন করে নাই। দেশ যখন শ্রমিকের হাতের ছোঁয়ায় পোশাক শিল্প জাতীয় অর্থনীতিতে বিশাল অবদান রেখে যাচ্ছে।তখন এই নিরমম ভাবে নিহত শ্রমিকদের প্রতি সন্মান প্রদর্শন করে আজ ও শ্রমিকরা স্বীকৃতি পেল না। তাই বিদেশি ব্রান্ড বিদেশি ব্রান্ড মালিকও সরকারের প্রতি দাবী রানা প্লাজার নিহত,আহত,ও কর্ম হীন শ্রমিক দের মর্যাদাপূর্ণ
Sheila DunnachieCanadaThinking of you and wishing you safe and healthy working conditions now and in the future
Daina GreenCanadaMy deep sympathy to all the families touched by this crime. This horrific event led to greater awareness throughout the world of what is wrong with our current industrial practices, but we have not yet seen the improvements to living and working conditions of textile workers and their families. The struggle continues.
salma akterBangladeshWe want safe workplace, because our family is waiting for us at home. BGIWF
IffatBangladeshMy respect to all those workers who lost their lives, who were seriously injured and still suffering from the Rana Plaza incident. It was unacceptable. Safe workplace is everyone's rights and it should be ensured by the state, by the factory authorities and by the buyers.
শিরিন আক্তার রুমাবাংলাদেশএকর্ড আমাদের নিরাপদ কর্মস্থল নিশ্চত করে
Emma BottomleyMalaysiaSafety of garment workers is a huge concern. Please do everything in your power to ensure they are protected via a legally binding agreement.
MontseSpainNever again
Krista DevineCanadaTo remember is to work and live in a way that promotes change.
AdelineFranceLa fin de l'accord signé entre les marques de vêtements et les syndicats du secteur textile au Bangladesh serait une catastrophe. Pourquoi mettre un terme à un dispositif qui a fait ses preuves en sauvant des vies, et qui contribue à une meilleure image des marques de vêtements ? Je n'ai pas envie de porter des T-shirts ou des pantalons dont la fabrication coûte des vies humaines.
Lucy BrillUKThankyou for this opportunity to remember the Rana Plaza tragedy, and remind brands of their responsibility for working conditions right along their supply chains. Homeworkers Worldwide stands in solidarity with the Rana Plaza victims and their families, and with the many other textile and garment workers around the world who suffer as a result of failures in occupational heath and safety, including homeworkers.
SOMOThe NetherlandsSOMO stands with the workers of the Bangladesh garment industry and supports their justified demands to enjoy the fundamental labour right to organise, for safe workplaces and for fair pay. We hold companies accountable for making sure labour rights are protected and respected. Employers in Bangladesh should allow for unions to be established in their factories and engage in good-faith collective bargaining with their labour force. Brands and retailers sourcing from Bangladesh should publicly commit without delay to support a new Bangladesh Accord in line with the demands of Clean Clothes Campaign and international labour unions.
Tansy HoskinsUKOn the eighth anniversary of Rana Plaza, my thoughts, solidarity, and hopes for a better future are with the family and friends of those who died, with the survivors, with the rescue workers, and with everyone in Bangladesh and around the world who continue to work so tirelessly to stop this from ever happening again. In solidarity, Tansy.
CeliaCanadaFAIR TRADE! Pay your workers! Slow fashion!!!
ফজলে রাব্বিবাংলাদেশরানাপ্লাজা মর্মান্তিক দুর্ঘটনা অত্যন্ত শোকের সাথে স্মরন করছি স্মরন করছি এই ঘটনায় নিহত, আহত এবং ক্ষতিগ্রস্ত সকল কে। এই ঘটনার যেন পুনরাবৃত্তি না ঘটে তাই দোষী ব্যক্তিদের বিচারের দাবি জানায়। সকল কলকারখানায় ফায়ার সেফটি, বিল্ডিং সেফটি, ইলেকট্রিক্যাল সেফটিসহ কর্মক্ষেত্রে শ্রমিকের সকল নিরাপত্তা নিশ্চিত করার দাবি জানাচ্ছি।
Janet McKennedyIrelandNever forget
হাসানুজ্জামান রাহিকবাংলাদেশআমরা সবাইকে স্বরন করি, রানা প্লাজা মতো আর কোন দূর্ঘটনা যেন না ঘটে। রানা প্লাজার দূর্ঘনায় নিহত শ্রমিকদের স্মরনে শ্রদ্ধাঞ্জলি জানাই।
মোসাঃ সুমাইয়া আক্তারবাংলাদেশরানা প্লাজা দুর্ঘটনায় আমরা গভীর ভাবে শোকাহত, রানা প্লাজা দুর্ঘটনা আর চাই না চাই না।
MadeleineSwedenI am signing for Rhana Plaza
Alice FermontNetherlandsKeep workers in the cloying industry safe.
Zakia SultanaBangladeshTomorrow Saturday will be the 8th anniversary of the Rana Plaza tragedy. It was the biggest tragedy in our country's garment industry. I remember all those workers who lost their lives in the Rana Plaza tragedy. We don't want to see the Rana Plaza tragedy anymore. We don't want to see the tragic death of any garment worker. #RanaPlazaNeverAgain
AfrozaBangladeshRanaplaza never again
Habiba AkterBangladeshWe want safe Workplac, because our family is waiting for us at home. We willbe safeif ACCORD is with us.
মোঃ ইউনুস সরদারবাংলাদেশআমরা রানা প্লাজায় নিহত সকল শ্রমিকদের স্বরন করছি। গভীর শ্রদ্ধা জানাই। এমন দূর্ঘটনা যেন আর কখনো না ঘটে। এই দূর্ঘটনা ঘটার পেছনের দায়ী প্রতিটি ব্যক্তির বিচার চাই। শ্রমিক এর নিরাপত্তা ও উন্নত জীবনের জন্য চাই প্রতিটি কারখানায় ট্রেড ইউনিয়ন প্রতিষ্ঠা করা। সরকারি বেসরকারি সকল প্রতিষ্ঠান কে শ্রমিক বান্ধব হবে। বাংলাদেশের গার্মেন্টস শ্রমিকরাও একদিন পাবে আর্থিক, সামাজিক , মানসিক , নিরাপত্তা ও মর্যাদা। জয় হোক মেহনতি মানুষের
মোঃ সাগরবাংলাদেশ" রানা প্লাজা" দিবস করুণ শোকাত দিবস,এই দুঘটনার কবলে পড়ে মৃত্যু শ্রমিকদের আত্নার মাগফিরাত কামনা করি এবং আহত ও পঙ্গু শ্রমিকদের পুনবাসনের দাবি করছি, সাথে সাথে দোষীদের আইনে আওতাই এনে বিচারে দাবি করছি। RMG Sector Safety জন্য "একড বাংলাদেশ" এর ভুমিকা অনস্বীকার্য তাই একড বাংলাদেশ এর কাযক্রম পুনরায় চালু করার জোর দাবি করছি।
রোকসানা ইয়াছমিন শিমুলবা;লাদেশরানা প্লাজা বিপর্জয় আমাদের পুরোজাতিকে নাড়া দিয়েছিল যা আজও আমরা ভুলতে পারি নি। শ্রমিকদের প্রতি অবহেলা,অব্যবস্থাপনা,মালিকদের উদাসিনতা যা আজও বিদ্যমান। আমরা কাজ করতে এসে আর লাশ হয়ে ফিরতে চাই না। নিরাপদ কর্মস্থান চাই। এজন্য একর্ডের মেয়াদবৃদ্ধি করনের পক্ষে মতামত প্রদান করছি।
Nasir MahmudBangladeshThe work place should not be the deeth well for workers. It should be the dearest and safe place.
Kouser AlamBangladeshWorkers Need Safe Workplaces, If workers think that their respective factories are safe they can tension free otherwise they think that Accident might be happen in any time and it will call their death, So we can say Rana Plaza Never Again. No one should die for fashion. We do not want to see any death for factory collapse and fire broke out.
Azad HossainBangladeshIf [the Accord] goes, Bangladesh's garment industry will go back to square one. Workers' rights and safety will not be protected.
Azad HossainBangladeshThe Accord is important because it saves our workers' lives.
নজমুল আলবাববাংলাদেশমানুষের জীবন কতো তুচ্ছ, আর বাংলাদেশের পোষাক খাতের চালকরা কতো অমানবিক সেটা প্রমাণের জন্য রানা প্লাজার ঘটনাটি যথেষ্ট। এতো বর্বর শিল্প মালিক আধুনিক পৃথিবীর আর কোন দেশে আছে বলে জানা নেই।
AnthonyUSAForever remembered. May eternal light shine upon them.
HebeU.kNo life should be lost to fashion and wealth. Every soul is worth more than a thread
GinrNetherlandsMy thoughts are with the families of the victims
FEMNETGermanyFEMNET expresses its solidarity with the families of the killed workers and all those who survived and are still suffering because of their injuries. We deeply feel with you. The collapse could have been avoided if buyers and factory owners had fulfilled their due diligence obligations. The ACCORD created after Rana Plaza was a start for improving the safety of factories but is now again in danger of not being renewed. A second Rana Plaza must be avoided by all means and therefore we need a continuation of the ACCORD. We ill never forget and will continue our fight
Neva NahtigalBelgiumThose who died in Rana Plaza collapse will forever live in our memories as a tragic reminder that no mother should ever have to mourn their child and no child should ever have to grow up without their mother because of someone's ruthless pursuit of profits. I will honour the memory of the victims of this entirely preventable disaster by fighting for workers' rights and safety to the best of my abilities. Rana Plaza never again!
Kristoffer KarlssonSwedenI recognize this
RajuBangladeshFirst of all, I seek the forgiveness of the workers killed in the Rana Plaza incident and extend my condolences to their families. The factory authorities could have prevented this if they had wanted to, but they did not do so and forced the workers to work and pushed them to their deaths. That is why it is better to call this incident a murder of workers. We demand justice for the killings and rehabilitation of the injured workers, including compensation under ILO Convention 121. In the interest of workers' safety, we demand that buyers and brands sign the International Accord. Because workers don't want to see anything like Rana Plaza. #RanaPlazaNeverAgain
Tommie HäggSwedenNot again!
Kalpona AkterBangladeshWe remember all the Sisters and Brothers home we lost in the Rana Plaza collapse. We was a homicide in apparel history, a preventable accident. We are sending our love and strength to the families who lost their beloveds. We are promising that we will keep fighting for a safe workplace for workers and make sure #RanaPlazaNeverAgain.
Tommie HäggSwedenNot again!
AndreynaValeraSé que nada de lo que haga o diga puede ser suficiente para intentar cambiar la situación de miles de trabajadores de la industria fast fashion en el mundo, pero lo que si puedo es poner mi pequeño grano de arena, consumiendo de una forma responsable e informando a todos los que pueda de esta situación. De tanto caer la gota terminó dando forma a la piedra. seamos esa gota.
Lynn WelchmanUKNever forgotten. Always with us.
Magnus NordgrenSwedenFactory workers’ safety must be first priority!
Marie KvarnströmSwedenIn response to Rana Plaza over 200 brands signed a contract to commit to improving workplace safety in Bangladesh. This programme has made over 1600 factories safer for 2 million workers. However, brands now no longer want to be held legally accountable for keeping their workers safe and a safety programme is only meaningful if it’s binding. Over 1,134 people died at Rana Plaza. Never again.
Clare LissamanEnglandMay we never forget them. And continue to strive for better workplaces and lives for all.
Anneli PerssonSwedenStop using people like slaves. Stop the greed!!!!
Ume Laila AzharPakistanOn this sad day, we remember our brothers and sisters who lost their lives in the tragic incident of Rana Plaza .The disasters, among the worst industrial accidents, highlighted the poor labour conditions faced by workers in the ready-made garment sector in Bangladesh. Millions of people, most of them girls and women, are exposed every day to an unsafe work environment with a high incidence of work-related accidents and deaths, as well as occupational diseases. We demand implementation of labour standards and protection of workers from hazardous conditions including high standards of safe construction.
Jackie SimpkinsUKWe must learn from the horror of the Rana Plaza disaster so that your pain never has to be felt by others. Our sympathies are with everyone who lost loved ones, they must never be forgotten. Never Again!
Astrid KaagNetherlandsAs a member of the Netherlands Trade Union FNV, I never forget Rana Plaza. And the accidents and undecent working conditions in the garment sector in general. Let’s continue the joint fight for better working conditions, health and safety and a living wage. Together, as trade unionists, we stay strong and keep going. I wish the families who have lost their family members in this disaster strength and love.
ThiruvalluvarBelgiumTragic collapse like Rana Plaza could have been avoided. Factories and work places should never be death traps for workers. Rana Plaza anniversary reminds the lives that could have been saved with credible independent inspection and remediation in place. In solidarity with the families that lost their loved ones and the surviving workers.
Chandni ThaparIndiaI am sorry this happened. I hope we can make the situation better and ensure that none of you have to face this ever again in your life.
IratxeBasque CountryMy memory for the workers and their families who lost their lives in Rana Plaza. Rana Plaza was not an accident, it's an systemic structural problem of garment industry that violates the labor rights of the workers. As consumers, we must demand from brands and governments that this situation doesn't happen again and support the struggles of women workers and unions. We will not forget. #RanaPlazaNeverAgain
CorineNederlandI pay my respect for everyone who has suffered this desaster. 😔
মো: হারুনবাংলাদেশরানা প্লাজাট্র্যাজেডি কে কোনো ভাবেই শ্রমিকরা দুর্ঘটনা মনে করে না। এটা একটি হত্যাকাণ্ড এই হত্যা কাণ্ডের মাধ্যমে যেমন অকালে ঝরে গেছে ১২০০ শ্রমিকের জীবন সন্তান হারিয়েছে তার মাকে আবার মা হারিয়েছে সন্তান কে তেমনি বিশ্ব দেখেছে এক ভয়াবহ শোষণ কি করে আজও শ্রমিকদের দাস প্রথার মধ্যেই জীবন সংগ্রাম চালিয়ে যেতে হচ্ছে। সেদিন এর রানা প্লাজা আর বর্তমানের কভিড দুটোকে তুলনা করলে দেখা যায় শ্রমিকরা আজও মালিকদের টাকার মেশিন হিসেবেই বিবেচিত হচ্ছে সেদিন জোর করে শ্রমিকদের কারখানায় আনা হয়েছে ভয় দেখিয়ে ঝুঁকিপূর্ন বিল্ডিং এ কাজ করতে বাধ্য করা হয়েছে এখনও বিশ্ব মহারীতে সবাই যখন ঘরে তখন জীবনের ঝুকি নিয়ে কাজ করতে হচ্ছে শ্রমিকদের যদিও বলা হচ্ছে সাস্থবিধি মেনেই শ্রমিকদের কাজ করানো হচ্ছে । সেটা এক ভয়াবহ মিথ্যাচার বিন্দু মাত্র সাস্থবিধির বালাই নেই কারখানা গুলোতে।
RayUKMy thoughts are with all those who were affected by this devastating tragedy. We must never forget Rana Plaza and take action to make brands Keep Workers Safe!
helenUkDeepest sympathies to all the bereaved families. I really don’t want to buy clothes made under unsafe conditions. I will take more care to ensure the ethical source of my clothes in future.
Isabel Martín FoundationSpainWe are deeply shocked by the situation. We feel anger and helplessness for so much injustice. The people who make their clothes cannot be treated like that... We hope they sign the agreement before May and we will keep supporting initiatives such as the Clean Clothes Campaign.
EvaBelgiumThinking of you!!!
Christa de Bruinthe NetherlandsI will never forget and will continue fighting for workers in Bangladesh to have their rights protected. In solidarity.
চন্দন কুমার দেবাংলাদেশরানা প্লাজা ধসে হাজারো শ্রমিকের মর্মান্তিক মৃত্যু ও কয়েকহাজার শ্রমিকের পঙ্গুত্বের শিকার হওয়ায় শিল্পের ও দেশের সুনাম ভয়াবহ রকমের সংকটে পড়েছিল। পোশাক শ্রমিকদের নিরাপত্তায়, কার্যাদেশ ও শ্রমিক অধিকার নিয়ে দেশীয়,আন্তর্জাতিক শ্রমিক সংগঠন ও শ্রমিক অধিকার নিয়ে কাজ করে এমন এনজিও গুলোর আন্তরিক প্রচেষ্টায় একর্ড সৃষ্টি হয়। দ্রুত পদক্ষেপ নিয়ে সরকার শ্রমিকদের ট্রেড ইউনিয়ন অধিকার ফিরিয়ে দেয়। শ্রম আইন ও বিধিমালা কয়েকদফা সংশোধন করা হয়। রানা প্লাজার ঘটনার পর প্রথম কয়েকবছর শ্রমিকদের নিরাপত্তা নিশ্চিত করতে সকল পক্ষ একযোগে কাজ করে। পরবর্তীতে একর্ড এর কাজে বিভিন্ন মহল থেকে প্রতিবন্ধকতা তৈরি করে আরএসসি করে পক্ষান্তরে শ্রমিকদের ক্ষমতা কেড়ে নেয়া হলো। আজ পোশাক শিল্পের অধিকাংশ ট্রেড ইউনিয়নের মুখ থুবড়ে পড়েছে। রানা প্লাজার পর রেজিষ্ট্রেশন পাওয়া এক হাজারের অধিক ইউনিয়নের মধ্যে আজ হাতে গোনা কয়েকটি ইউনিয়ন সক্রিয়ভাবে কাজ করতে পারছে। বেশিরভাগ ট্রেড ইউনিয়নের মেরুদন্ড ভেঙ্গে দেয়া হয়েছে। ইউনিয়নগুলোর নিয়ন্ত্রণ মালিকদের হাতে চলে গেছে। সেইফটি কমিটি শ্রমিকদের নিরাপত্তা নিশ্চিত করার এখন আর সাহস রাখে না। কোভিডকালীন সময়ে শ্রমিকদের দূর্দশা ও করুন পরিনতি আমাদের আঙ্গুল দিয়ে দেখিয়ে দেয় আজ শ্রমিকরা অভিভাবকহীন। শ্রমিকরা পেটের দায়ে, দেশের অর্থনীতি বাঁচাতে অনিরাপদ পরিস্থিতিতে কাজ করে যাচ্ছে। কাজ হারাচ্ছে হাজার হাজার শ্রমিক। শ্রমিকদের সাথে এই নিষ্ঠুর আচরন বন্ধ হওয়া জরুরী। আমরা আর কখনো রানা প্লাজার ঘটনার পুনরাবৃত্তি চাই না।
Abdul BasitPakistanI am not feeling well,it hurts me every time,no justice delivered,still we are not safe across the globe in garments supply chain...rest in peace
AyeshaUnited StatesOn behalf of a forgetful world, let me say that I am sorry. We will never forget and keep fighting for you.
TiffanyUnited StatesNever again- big brand companies must ensure safe working conditions. Deepest sympathies for lives lost and those bereaved.
Niaraley CamaraFranceThe Rana Plaza collapse is a really sad event that could have been prevented. I don't want to buy clothes that cost the price of many human lives,all people that work in the supply chain,should be respected as human beings and be granted safe work conditions but also paid fairly. We will improve this system,this industry together, so that such a horrendous event don't ever happen again.
Saikat MollikBangladeshRana Plaza! Never again. The Rana Plaza massacre was not just an accident, it was killing, a 'structural killing'. It happened for intentional negligence of the owner and the state also. Is the reason for such state negligence that they are not people, but 'workers' or 'just numbers or digits'? This is the daily question of the workers of Bangladesh yet. Every day they are realizing that this state has lost the ability to fulfill the minimum responsibility of handing over the body, let alone guaranteeing life. We have to set laws for ensuring the guarantee of normal death. The ‘Crocodile's Sleep’ that we sleep, in the structure of 'structural killing' is not humane. The soft pillow, on which we sleep is also not clean; it has the blood of workers, 'deceased workers' blood on our pillow. Only building a new human society can remove those bloodstains. Making a legally accountable and strong agreement with full commitments of 'MAKING SURE GARMENT WORKERS NEVER AGAIN FACE A DISASTER LIKE RANA PLAZA', should be the very minimum and first step. Dear Friends of Rana Plaza, Rest in Peace. We will continue our fight to stop happening any further Rana Plaza.
ValUKDeepest sympathy to all of the families who lost a loved one. Cheap clothing cannot come at the cost of the lives of workers. Improvements in health and safety across the fashion and textile industry are urgently needed.
CaitlinUKWe will never forget the lives lost at Rana Plaza. Lives that should not have been lost. Compassion before Capitalism. Workers rights before corporation wealth.
Anton MarcusSri LankaThe Lessons Of Rana Plaza Are The Need Of The Trade Unions At Plant Level Because There Was A Union Rana Plaza Workers Should Have Been Refused To Work In A Damaged Building. Build Unions To Ensure No More Rana Plaza
Kate LarsenUKWe send Prayers for the families of those who lost loved ones, and that such a tragedy never happens again. To prevent future tragedies, we will advocate for fair, implemented and enforced laws in our countries so that western buyers must do strong human rights due diligence on working conditions, including structural safety, and in collaborations like Accord, with empowered stakeholder representatives of affected people, the worker trade unions and NGOs who keep the candle alight. We will advocate for a level playing field, Transparency, Accountability, fairer buyer purchasing practises, and better prices paid and ontime payment by western brands and buyers so that so we see Safer factories that treat workers ever better being the Only ones rewarded with more business, and so that unless they improve, old unsafe or unethical businesses die out, and business is rewarded to safer, fairer, living wage and more paying workplaces for Bangladeshi and all workers who make our things. Thank you for your courageous Voices.
EvelinSwedenI urge companies to take their responsibility. When money is more important than lives, you have failed humanity. How is it it not your responsibility to keep your workers safe? Stop taking advantage of people in less developed countries who rely on their jobs, its straight up disgusting.
VivienUKHorrified that this happened in the name of cheap fashion. Brands must hear that we, the customers, are appalled. Deepest condolences to the families of the victims
Women's CentreSri LankaWe the members of Women’s Centre Sri Lanka, stands with Bangladesh garment workers & their families on the 08 th anniversary of Rana Plaza Pandemic. On this day we urgently appeal from all brands and suppliers to intervene in providing safe factories for all workers as they have a right for a safe working environment. We should make sure that garment workers never again face a disaster like Rana Plaza! RANA PLAZA NEVER AGAIN!
EsmeUnited KingdomMy greatest condolences to the families who have lost loved ones.
MilaPaís VascoMucho animo, desde la distancia estamos con vosotras. Besos
Fiona SmithUKMy heart goes out to the bereaved. Never again.
Christine LamarcheBelgiumFighting with Fashion Revolution to change the fashion industry. Too many lives are beîng destroyed.
SultanaBangladeshI don't want any mother's chest to be empty, I don't want any child to lose her parents. And let it end before any sister dreams. And let there be a resurgence of events that I do not want to see. I want to build industrial establishments in accordance with the building code. Let the proper law be enforced and enforced. Compensation should be given to the workers killed and injured in Rana Plaza.
phyllisusaTo those who suffered unbearable loss in this horrendous tragedy, we offer deep condolences and assure you that you and your loved ones will never be forgotten. You and they remain in our hearts—which ache at the memory, but hold to the hope of a better future for you and all workers, everywhere.
Ineke ZeldenrustNetherlandsI promise to keep fighting for all workers to be and remain safe, and to never forget all those who died, those who got injured, and all those who lost someone they loved. In solidarity forever.
CynthiaCanadaMy condolences to all the families who grieve for a loved one. The brands, the factories, and the fashion community must be held accountable for this kind of disaster and make sure they stop.
Christie Miedemathe NetherlandsThis week my thoughts are with the all those who died or lost their health in this completely preventable disaster, as well as with the families who are mourning loved ones. Rana Plaza can never be forgotten, it can never be allowed happen again.
Ioanathe NetherlandsWe will fight hard and we will not stop until every garment worker in BGD has their rights protected. We are deeply committed to bringing justice to the victims of Rana Plaza!
Mahmud HasanBangladeshThis kind of accident should not happen in our country again....We so many good souls by this accident....
Meg LewisUnited KingdomWe remember those who last their lives on this devastating day. We will fight every day, in the name of these workers, for safety and security for all workers. #RanaPlazaNeverAgain
Mohiuddin TomalBangladeshWe want a legally binding agreement so that no one has to embrace the same fate like the Martyrs of Rana Plaza Tragedy.
Ton OonkNetherlandsWe never want a situation like Rana Plaza ever again. Brands and factories must ensure the safety of the workers.
AlexandraEnglandThis was truly devastating. I can not be at peace until brands ensure their clothes do not cost people their lives.
Sarah NewellUnited StatesThose who died in the Rana Plaza collapse will never be forgotten. We fight on in your honor and memory, so that we can build a world where all workers have the right to refuse unsafe work, and all factories are safe.