To ensure the transparency and accountability of RMG sectors in Bangladesh, an exhibition titled ‘Trace My Fashion’ was initiated in the capital’s ‘Daily Star’ complex.
France Ambassador to Bangladesh, Sophie Aubert inaugurated the exhibition. The day of the Rana Plaza collapse, 24th April is observed as the International Fashion Revolution Day annually.
Fash Rev (Fashion Revolution, Bangladesh) organized the exhibition. Information of the participating RMG factories in the event is being presented to viewers through QR code scans. The steps taken by the factories after the Rana Plaza wake up call, fundamentals of the factories came up in the QR code scans. Desh Garments, Bex-Tex, Oronna, Made In Bangladesh are the participating corporations in the exhibition.
“The irresponsibility and corruption of some people were the main reasons behind the collapse of Rana Plaza. This is unacceptable. If Bangladesh wants to be a moderate-income country, it has to respect its labourers,” said the French Ambassador after the inauguration.
Country coordinator of Fashion Revolution Bangladesh, Nawshin Khayer, Publisher and Director or The Daily Ittefaq, Tareen Hossain, fashion department’s head of the BGMEA University of Fashion Technology, Anna Troop, VC of BUFT, Aiub Nabi Khan, BGMEA Director Bidia Amrit Khan were present in the opening ceremony of the exhibition.
‘The Daily Ittefaq’ and ‘The Dhaka Tribune’ are the media partners of the event.