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Bangladesh Country Study 2015


The study is comprised of information about national laws and local stakeholders’ views on labour issues in the garment industry in Bangladesh.


Chapter 2, General country information, describes the economic, social, political, and governance situation as well as the general human rights situation, using international indicators to compare the country to other garment producing countries.


Chapter 3, Stakeholders, briefly presents the main stakeholders that are active in the garment/textile industry. The focus is on stakeholders that have actual impact on labour conditions or play an active role in monitoring the situation for workers in the industry. This chapter serves as a reference point for stakeholders and brands that want to engage with or consult a local stakeholder for further information or help concerning their activities in Bangladesh.


Chapter 4, Garment industry, presents an overview of the situation of the garment industry in Bangladesh, areas of production, products and prospects for the industry.


Chapter 5, Industrial relations, describes the trade union situation in the country, both in general and for the garment industry in particular. This chapter gives important information for understanding how challenges regarding working conditions could be handled through the country’s social dialogue, and how they are currently handled.


Chapter 6, Implementation of the FWF Code of Labour Practices, assesses the implementation of every standard of the FWF Code of Labour Practices through official statistics on compliance (where available), laws and regulations, as well as the views of different stakeholders regarding their implementation. The main FWF audit findings over the last three years and examples of complaints received by FWF are also presented for each standard. Auditors and brands can use this section as a reference resource for their monitoring activities.


Bangladesh Country Study 2015