Vigil for the workers who lost their lives in the name of greed.
We stand in sorrow and determination to achieve justice with our friends and comrades in Bangladesh and around the world.
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One year ago more than 1100 garment workers were killed when the Rana Plaza factory collapsed in Bangladesh.
Survivors spoke about the intense cost cutting pressures from Australian retailers like Coles.
This lethal pressure from Coles has left a community in tatters. And one year on, Coles is still stocking clothes made in Bangladesh sweatshops.
Join us in remembering the victims of Rana Plaza and show Coles our anger at its continues disregard of our communities!
This event has been organised by the Transport Workers Union of Australia.
May Day Festival & March / Sunday 4th May 2014 / Fremantle Esplanade / 12noon – 4.00pm
The annual May Day festival, held on the Fremantle Esplanade, traditionally plays a large part in recognising the achievements of working people whilst rejoicing the significance of the eight hour work day.
Western Australia’s May Day is organised by UnionsWA, their focus for the Festival is to create a free fun day out on the green, and to celebrate all that we enjoy about spending time with friends and families.