Two Years After the Rana Plaza Disaster, Are Reforms Real?
On the morning of April 24th 2013, garment workers at Rana Plaza in Savar, Bangladesh, were afraid to enter the eight-story building that housed five factories. Cracks had appeared in supporting pillars the day before and the workers had been sent home. Bank and retail stores on the ground floor did not open that day.
Ross, Robert J.S., "Two Years After the Rana Plaza Disaster, Are Reforms Real?" (2015). Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise. 66.