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26 Dec

Returnee woman migrants abused abroad struggle to lead normal life

Female workers on return as victims of sexual abuse and non-payment of wages struggle hard to get back to normal life. Their life is made unbearable by Read More »

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21 Dec

‘Blockade’- the documentary film screened in The Hague

Blockade, Bangladesh documentary. Among the audience H.E. Mr. Mohammed Belal, Ambassador of Bangladesh. 26 November 2018, The Hague: Only a week before Read More »

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18 Dec

Int’l Migrants Day Today: Losing all to ‘free visas’

Deceived by brokers, many migrant workers return home empty-handed from Middle Eastern countries Porimol Palma Luring jobseekers to work independently Read More »

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18 Dec

Malaysia proposes 20pc cut from expatriate workers’ wages

The Malaysian human resources ministry in a proposal asked employers to deduct 20 per cent of the basic wage of the expatriate workers to discourage them Read More »

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14 Dec

GFMD 2018 in Marrakesh: Making the GCM a living commitment : “We are all people on the move – it’s not a place that defines rights”

More than 300 civil society organizations from around the world gathered in Marrakesh for the Global Forum for Migration and Development (GFMD)’s Civil Read More »

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01 Dec

Foreign students visit BASUG in the Hague

Group photo of the foreign students with the chair of BASUG in the middle. The Hague: A host of foreign students (professionals including politicians) Read More »

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28 Nov

মালয়েশিয়ার জেলে বন্দি বহু বাংলাদেশি

কারাবন্দিরা। ছবি: ফাইল ফটো কুয়ালালামপুর (মালয়েশিয়া) থেকে Read More »

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19 Nov

BASUG Workshop in Bonn – “Make the world ‘Plastic-free’ and Start Practice at Home”

Bonn: The first ‘Climate-friendly Bangladesh Day’ and a Workshop on ‘Jute Instead of Plastic’ was held in Bonn on 3November 2018. Europe-based Read More »

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14 Nov

BASUG delegates with the participants on the 1st day of BASUG & SOLVE training on ''Climate Change and its impact in Agricultre and women'' in Lalitpur, Read More »

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03 Oct

Remittance inflow to Bangladesh rises 32% in Sept

The expatriate Bangladeshis have sent home over $1.13 billion in September, an increase of about 32 percent from the same period a year earlier. In the Read More »

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