Bangladesh Alliance to transition garment worker helpline
26 days ago - By Fashion United
The Bangladesh Alliance for Worker Safety announced in a press release yesterday that it will transition its 24/7 worker helpline
Amader Kotha this month together with other initiatives to an independent safety monitoring organisation managed in partnership with credible, local partners. This is good news for millions of workers as this means the hotline can be expanded beyond
Alliance factories. It is funded by Alliance member brands and a donation by former Alliance independent Chair Ellen Tauscher. The Amader
Kotha Helpline Center is now housed at Phulki,” announced Suraiya
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