Rana Plaza building collapse, two years on

[24th April 2015 update]

On the second anniversary of the Rana Plaza tragedy, families of victims and survivors have gathered once again at the ground zero of the then commercial building in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh, to remember and mourn their relatives, colleagues and friends.



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Photos by Suvra Kanti Das / UnFrame

Music by Lorenzo Tempesti / http://www.suonimusicaidee.it/
Edited by Giorgia Meschini / UnFrame

[21st April 2015]



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On 24th April 2013, the Rana Plaza building in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh, collapsed killing more than 1100 people, and 2500 more people were rescued from under its rubble. About a hundred people are still missing from the count, two years after the collapse. Rana Plaza was an eight-story commercial building housing offices, shops and also factories manufacturing garments for several international fashion brands.

Every year, on 24th April, people around the world commemorate the victims of the Rana Plaza building collapse, calling for a global “Fashion Revolution”, demanding for safe work conditions and fair trade: will the fashion industry answer the question #WhoMadeMyClothes?

All photos: Suvra Kanti Das / UnFrame

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