Better Work and the Jordan Chamber of Industry have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding to support business beyond the garment sector.
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Better Work Bangladesh held its second stakeholder and buyer forum in Dhaka to explore progress made by the programme and challenges remaining.
From policy to practice: A new garment sector alliance in Jordan will create opportunities for refugees
A new garment sector-wide alliance in Jordan aims to create economic opportunities, improve the lives of refugees caught up in the Syrian crisis and help their host countries
The International Labour Organization and the Indonesia Ministry of Manpower are co-hosting a symposium to promote innovation in labour law compliance.
Located in the country’s central region of Mymensingh, some 75km north of the capital Dhaka, Crown Wears has implemented a number of new initiatives since joining Better Work in 2015, including launching a childcare facility and providing additional medical services to workers.
Two animations make difficult themes like sexual harassment accessible to garment factory workers
Independent analysis using Better Work data contributes to the business case for lifting compliance to labour standards and investing in up-to-date human resource management.
Globally, the garment sector employs more than 60 million people. 80% of them are women. This International Women’s Day, meet Majda, Bal and Tumpa.
This International Women’s Day we celebrate the determination of women in the world of work by sharing seven inspiring stories from Bangladesh.
Better Work joins with an innovative foundation to improve factory clinics and boost the quality of life for a group of deaf workers in Haiti