Crikey March 10, 2014
As the first anniversary of the tragic Rana factory collapse in Bangladesh approaches, what are Australian companies doing to make their Bangladeshi factories safer? Alys Francis finds out.
Crikey May 23, 2013 3 Comments
Think Bangladesh is the only country with unsafe labour practices? Garment workers are not safe in so-called "clean" south-east Asian countries either, writes Australian Phnom Penh Post journalist Shane Worrell.
Crikey May 16, 2013
The tragic factory fire in Bangladesh has at least thrown light on a country largely ignored by Australia. In an unstable region, its business and political operations need attention, writes commentator Tanveer Ahmed.
Crikey May 2, 2013 1 Comment
Crikey readers talk sweatshop labour, The Salvation Army and the Coalition's climate change policies.
Crikey May 1, 2013 2 Comments
Crikey readers talk the perils of fast fashion, the IPA's hypocrisy as it cries poor and the need for austerity.
Crikey April 30, 2013 12 Comments
Hundreds of low-paid garment workers are dead after a factory collapse in Bangladesh. It's about time wealthy consumers in Western countries faced up to why their clothes are so cheap, argues Michele O'Neil, national secretary of the Textile, Clothing and Footwear Union of Australia.
Crikey April 30, 2013 5 Comments
IPA reveals some funding secrets ... which Aussie clothes are made in Bangladesh? ... Libs scaremonger on 'illegal boats' ...
Crikey April 29, 2013 1 Comment
Who's the next Media Watch host? ... Q&A to spread its wings ... Anzac ad may be illegal ...