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One Year After the Rana Plaza Tragedy: Where Do We Stand? – The Victims, the Sector and the Value Chain

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Third Independent Monitoring Report

One Year After the Rana Plaza Tragedy: Where Do We Stand? – The Victims, the Sector and the Value Chain

Publication Period: April 2015

The third report wraps up the monitoring work of CPD and its partners over the first year of Rana Plaza tragedy. Although the initial period of intensive monitoring has been over, CPD has continued to follow the progress of the initiatives taken by various stakeholders. This assessment will be captured in the upcoming fourth monitoring report of the CPD.

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