Bangladesh wages could be doubled, tripled or quadrupled with almost no effect on the prices we pay!


Don’t be guilt-tripped into thinking that poor wages and dangerous working conditions in Bangladesh’s textile industry are because western consumers – often finding it more and more difficult to balance their budget – want cheaper clothes.

Information from unions in Bangladesh shows that wages could be doubled with almost no effect on the prices we pay.

What would make the most difference would be for brands and manufacturers to negotiate decent terms and conditions for textile workers with their trade unions, and for the Bangladeshi Government to enforce stronger safety laws.

You can demand that companies treat workers more fairly and tell the Government of Bangladesh to put workers’ rights and safety first by taking this e-action run by the global union for textile workers, IndustriALL.

> Help IndustriALL lobby Bangladesh’s government on safety and pay


About I Am Not A Number

I Am Not A Number is written by Chris Jury. For 30 years Chris Jury was a TV actor, director and writer best known for playing Eric Catchpole in over 60 episodes of the BBC’s antique classic, Lovejoy, and for directing over 50 episodes of Eastenders. In 2008 he was appointed as the Senior Lecturer in Recorded Media in the School Of Music & Performing Arts at Bath Spa University. He currently presents, Agitpop, a pop & politics radio discussion programme on North Cotswold Community Radio He is currently the Communications Officer for UCU at Bath Spa University and a UCU SW Regional Rep at SWTUC.
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