Around six years ago, I travelled to Jordan from Bangladesh in pursuit of a better future for myself and my...
Mitu is a 24-year-old line supervisor from Bangladesh. She started her career several years ago, working as a machine operator...
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Better Work Bangladesh has renewed its strategic focus on gender equality and women’s economic empowerment by integrating principles of gender equality and inclusion in all aspects of its work.
The male leadership programme has created a space for women to participate and voice out their concerns inside the factory. It upholds the core value of respecting the voice of all genders to create fairer, more productive, and inclusive workplaces.
Project in collaboration between Better Work, the International Finance Corporation and national stakeholders in Jordan to address gender-based violence.
The ILO’s Better Work Indonesia programme has launched an innovative campaign on gender equality in garment industry. Making the best use of technology, BWI’s campaign ran a video blog (vlog) competition.
We have seen dramatic changes in the garment sector in recent years. Trade wars and new trade agreements, technological shifts and changing consumption patterns, to name but a few. How far have we come in addressing these challenges and what’s in store as we enter 2020, and the second decade of Better Work?
Ririh and the pink room: How investing in breastfeeding facilities benefits workers, their babies and business
High performing factory progressively improve services for pregnant and breastfeeding employees.