Bangladesh: Garment Workers, Unions Demand Justice on Anniversary of Activist’s Murder

April 14, 2016 Monika Greenhow

Four years after the tortured, lifeless body of Bangladesh garment worker–organizer Aminul Islam was discovered in a ditch, his killers have yet to be arrested. Yesterday, the Bangladesh Garment and Industrial Workers Federation and Bangladesh Center for Workers Solidarity demanded that authorities find and bring Aminul’s killers to trial.

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